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Party Most Clear and United About Its Policies 1991-2014 18 June 2014 Q Which political party is most clear and united about what its policies should be? Party Most Clear and United About Its Policies 1991-2014
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 4 27 April 2005 Including the "Political Triangle" (leaders, parties or policies), advocacy ("word-of-mouth" effect) and party and leader image questions Financial Times Election Research — Poll 4
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 3 19 April 2005 More Labour supporters are now galvanised to turn out to vote than at the beginning of the election, providing a boost to Labour's potential election victory on May 5. Financial Times Election Research — Poll 3
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 2 15 April 2005 Reasons for supporting a party, interest in politics and election news, and how well informed the public feel about the parties' policies Financial Times Election Research — Poll 2
Attitudes To Public Services Reform 6 July 2004 British people want to see reform in public services, but have mixed views on choice, according to new research from MORI Social Research Institute. The survey, for the Radio 4 'Today' programme, shows that when asked to choose between two policy statements, more than half (53%) of British people preferred the statement 'Paying more taxes to ensure a good quality hospital near your home'. Meanwhile, just over two in five (43%) opted for the statement 'Having no increase in taxes but a choice of receiving treatment in a hospital anywhere in the country'. Attitudes To Public Services Reform
Election Campaign Marketing and Impact 23 November 2001 The public's judgments of the parties and leaders plus impact of election campaigning Election Campaign Marketing and Impact
Expectations Of Future Government 8 June 2001 Election Week poll for The Economist, including questions on approval of possible government policies and support for likely party leadership candidates Expectations Of Future Government
Scotland's People: Results From The 1999 Scottish Household Survey 11 September 1999 A new report providing detailed results from the Scottish Household Survey is published today by the Scottish Executive. It is the first in an annual series of reports about people living in Scotland today. Scotland's People: Results From The 1999 Scottish Household Survey
European Parliamentary Elections Research - May 1999 1st June 1999 If you do vote at the European Parliamentary elections on June 10, do you think you will vote mostly about the parties' policies on Europe or about the way the government is running the country? European Parliamentary Elections Research - May 1999
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