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Intervention in Libya, and public opinion around our involvement Jerry Latter, Research Manager 13 April 2011 In the latest Politics Wire blog, we examine the public's response to the continuing conflict in Libya and the factors that may affect this in the future. Intervention in Libya, and public opinion around our involvement
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Will the Portuguese bail-out boost support for cuts? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 7 April 2011 As austerity measures begin to bite at home, George Osborne is coming under pressure to reveal how much the UK will contribute in the bailing out of Portugal Will the Portuguese bail-out boost support for cuts?
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How can a politician not break a promise? By not making one in the first place Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 31 March 2011 In the latest Politics Wire blog, Tom Mludzinski looks at whether politicians can restore trust by making less promises and campaign pledges. How can a politician not break a promise? By not making one in the first place
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A march for which alternative? Chris Phillips, Research Manager 25 March 2011 Can the organisers of Saturday's anti-cuts March for the Alternative avoid the charge that it's nothing more than public sector workers trying to protect their own interests? And what might the day mean for Labour and Ed Miliband? A march for which alternative?
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A Budget for the people? Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 25 March 2011 The Chancellor argues that his budget is about putting the conditions in place for sustained growth after years of living beyond our means. While the public sympathises with this view, how will the measures announced yesterday play with people? A Budget for the people?
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What do Americans think of military action in Libya? Julia Atkin, Vice President, Ipsos NA 24 March 2011 While polls in this country appear to show a public split on military action in Libya, across the pond there is significant support among Americans. What do Americans think of military action in Libya?
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On the morning of the Budget... Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 23 March 2011 George Osborne is giving his Budget statement later today, but what do the public think of the Chancellor and his opposite number? On the morning of the Budget...
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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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