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From our archives: The French elections Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 4 May 2012 As France prepares to elect its next President, we have been digging in our archives to find out what the British public have thought in the past about French politicians, and indeed about the French people and French culture. From our archives: The French elections
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Predicting the Mayoral Election – an alternative approach Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 3 May 2012 Dr. Roger Mortimore uses his Sweet FA Prediction Model to predict who will be elected as London Mayor. Predicting the Mayoral Election – an alternative approach
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The London Mayoral election – style over substance? David Shaw, Research Executive 2 May 2012 The mayoral election is only a day away and recent polls show a consistent lead for Boris Johnson. But what will be deciding how people make up their minds – policies or personalities? The London Mayoral election – style over substance?
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Support for devolution across Britain is growing as ‘national’ identity outweighs feelings of ‘Britishness’ Mark Diffley, Research Director 10 January 2012 Mark Diffley explores "Britishness" and what this means for devolution and calls for Scottish independence Support for devolution across Britain is growing as ‘national’ identity outweighs feelings of ‘Britishness’
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Predicting 2015 - "just a bit of fun" Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 6 January 2012 Dr. Roger Mortimore looks back over all our polls since the 1970s, using voting intention and leader satisfaction to "predict" the 2015 general election result Predicting 2015 - "just a bit of fun"
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The Rise and Fall of Public Concern about Crime Jerry Latter, Research Manager 24 May 2011 The Economist/Ipsos MORI May Issues index shows a decreasing amount who consider crime/law and order to be among the most important issues facing the country. The Rise and Fall of Public Concern about Crime
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The AV referendum: who decides? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 4 May 2011 Who will actually bother to vote at tomorrow's referendum? And what impact does a high or low turnout have on the result? The AV referendum: who decides?
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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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