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The Politics Wire: Ipsos MORI's Political Blog

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No political retribution for the economy - yet Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 30 November 2011 Economic concerns are increasing, which may be storing up trouble for the Conservatives in the long run says Gideon Skinner No political retribution for the economy - yet
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Eurozone in crisis but political stability at home Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 28 November 2011 As the eurozone crisis continues, with Berlusconi and Papandreou losing their jobs, Tom Mludzinski reports that British leaders may take some comfort in the stability of their own satisfaction ratings Eurozone in crisis but political stability at home
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Winning the economic argument Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 22 March 2011 Winning the public's trust on the economy is vital to the electoral success of all three major parties. So, who is winning the economic argument? Winning the economic argument
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Public mood ahead of the Budget Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 21 March 2011 Just a couple of days before the Chancellor's Budget statement in the House of Commons, the first post on The Politics Wire gives an overview of public opinion on the economy. Public mood ahead of the Budget
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