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Polls Apart? The Public and the Monarchy
16 June 2000
Two polls published on successive days this week - by MORI in the Sunday Telegraph [ROYAL FAMILY POLL] and ICM in the Guardian [Rising indifference to Royal Family] - seemed to suggest very different attitudes to the future of the monarchy and the Royal Family. In fact, their findings are far from contradictory, and although there are certainly some danger signs within them for the Royal Family they are by no means as bad as the Guardian's dramatic "SUPPORT FOR ROYAL FAMILY FALLS TO NEW LOW" headline might suggest.
Think BR: Don't twist the numbers
18 June 2012
Measuring social media reactions to an event is an important way to evaluate a campaign, but a system of benchmarks is crucial to give the numbers meaning, writes Eoghan O'Neill in Brand Republic.
What does it mean to be British?
9 January 2012
The public can see how Britain has changed in sixty years, but we seem less sure about what it means to be British in the present