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Cameron and Osborne can’t get no satisfaction 1 May 2012 The prime minister and chancellor's voter satisfaction levels are plunging. If the perception of credibility and competence slips, what is left? Tom Mludzinski writes in Total Politics. Cameron and Osborne can’t get no satisfaction
Concern about unemployment – are we just getting warmed up? 20 April 2012 While unemployment itself seems to have stopped rising, polling shows that the public's level of concern about it just keeps rising says Jerry Latter in Total Politics. Concern about unemployment – are we just getting warmed up?
Consensus in the Boardroom? 1 February 2013 Simon Atkinson, Assistant Chief Executive, blogs in The Huffington Post UK on the Captains of Industry survey. Consensus in the Boardroom?
Crime Is Falling - But Have We Noticed? 7 May 2013 In his latest Huffington Post blog, Simon Atkinson says falling crine figures leave our politicians with a headache. Crime Is Falling - But Have We Noticed?
Engagement not electioneering should be the focus in schools 6 June 2013 Providing information for schoolchildren about the independence referendum should focus on encouraging participation if the decline in political engagement among young people is to be reversed Engagement not electioneering should be the focus in schools
Mediawatch - Some amazing manifestos for local elections… 26 April 2012 We are now just a week away from the local elections so what do their election broadcasts, out a few days ago, tell us? Ben Page writes in Local Government Chronicle. Mediawatch - Some amazing manifestos for local elections…
Older, fed up, working class and male? Then Nigel is your man 7 May 2013 Ben Page in The Observer crunches more than 12,000 interviews in the last year to build a profile of UKIP's voters. Older, fed up, working class and male? Then Nigel is your man
Public Opinion: Friend or Foe? 22 February 2013 A lecture given at Kent University by Sir Robert Worcester explores the relationship between public opinion and politicians (PDF). Public Opinion: Friend or Foe?
The anti-European UK population is less than in the 1980s 21 January 2013 In an interview with LesEchos.fr, Ben Page discusses Euroscepticism in Britain, and how it is influenced by social class and business. The anti-European UK population is less than in the 1980s
The Election’s Not Over Yet 30 January 2010 Sir Robert Worcester examines why it's far too early to call the result of the election and the different issues that will be key to the result. The Election’s Not Over Yet
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