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Where have voters gone since 2010? 15 April 2014 The rise of UKIP and the fall of the Lib Dems explains why Labour is maintaining a lead approaching the final year of this parliament, write Roger Mortimore and Harry Carr in the New Statesman. Where have voters gone since 2010?
Newstalgia: an aching for things in print 11 April 2014 In his latest blog John Carroll from Ipsos MediaCT talks about why he decided to stop reading his Sunday paper on a tablet and move back to a paper copy. Newstalgia: an aching for things in print
Communicating with MPs: The power of the media 9 April 2014

How can you reach MPs through the mass media? Carl Phillips shows why media and government relations should work together.

Communicating with MPs: The power of the media
The Budget in the polls 9 April 2014 Gideon Skinner blogs on whether individual political events have any long term effects on the public opinion polls. The Budget in the polls
Data privacy: where do people draw the line? 8 April 2014 Bobby Duffy blogs for the Royal Statistics Society on how the public feel about how companies handle their data.  Data privacy: where do people draw the line?
Debating the debate: public reaction on Twitter to the live Europe discussion 4 April 2014 Steve Ginnis of our Social Research Digital team blogs on how we worked with Demos on analysing the reaction on Twitter to the second Nick Clegg / Nigel Farage debate on the European Union Debating the debate: public reaction on Twitter to the live Europe discussion
Communicating with MPs: Build the relationship 1 April 2014 Being a professional communicator in and around Westminster and the British political system can be a challenge. Carl Phillips looks at the best way to build a relationship with MPs. Communicating with MPs: Build the relationship
Meme and the world memes with you? 24 March 2014

In her latest blog for Campaign, Tara Beard-Knowland from Ipsos ASI says that memes in advertising can be fun and pay-off as well.

 Meme and the world memes with you?
This is a DAB’s world but it wouldn’t be nothing without FM or AM 20 March 2014 Digital has 36% share of radio listening, but for 150 stations, it remains under 20%. New blog by John Carroll for asi. This is a DAB’s world but it wouldn’t be nothing without FM or AM
Discord on business rules 19 March 2014

David Cameron has slashed red tape for UK businesses. Hannah Merritt looks at why he might find this doesn't play so well with the British public.

Discord on business rules
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