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Labour's Long-Term Decline in Scotland Mark Diffley, Research Director 15 April 2015 The origins of the Labour party's decline in Scotland and the parallel rise of the SNP go back much further than the Independence Referendum, writes Mark Diffley in the Huffington Post. Labour's Long-Term Decline in Scotland
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Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part Two Mark Diffley, Research Director 8 April 2015 Mark Diffley writes on the BBC website on the findings of part two of our Scottish General Election Priorities poll for BBC Scotland. Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part Two
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Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part One Mark Diffley, Research Director 7 April 2015 Mark Diffley writes on the BBC website on the findings of part one of our Scottish General Election Priorities poll for BBC Scotland. Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part One
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Seven Lessons from the 2015 Seven Leaders’ Debate Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI 3 April 2015 For the first ever seven-way leaders’ debate, and the first debate of the 2015 campaign, the Ipsos MORI “worm” returned from its last appearance in 2010. Seven Lessons from the 2015 Seven Leaders’ Debate
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The inevitability of coalition? MPs and candidates predict the election Hannah Merritt, Research Executive 1 April 2015

This general election will see precedents overturned. Hannah Merritt examines how MPs and parliamentary candidates predict the election will turn out.

The inevitability of coalition? MPs and candidates predict the election

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Blog: Public opinion and the EU Mark Diffley, Research Director 25 March 2015 Debate over EU membership won't dominate the election but it could soon heat up again, writes Mark Diffley for The Fabian Society. Blog: Public opinion and the EU
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Are we in or out? Britain's future with the EU Katie Harris, Senior Research Executive 23 March 2015

In January 2013, David Cameron promised to hold a referendum on Britain's membership of the EU. Katie Harris looks at what MPs and the public think will happen.

Are we in or out? Britain's future with the EU

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More UK voters identifying housing as 'key issue' Ben Marshall, Research Director 20 March 2015 Housing has a new found salience among voters says Ben Marshall in his latest blog for 24dash. More UK voters identifying housing as 'key issue'
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When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 6 March 2015 When it comes to the leaders' debates, Cameron is doing the same as prime ministers past writes Roger Mortimore in The Conversation. When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating
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Where does the public stand on devolution? Matthew Bristow, Research Manager 25 February 2015 Matthew Bristow of Ipsos MORI North blogs on attitudes towards devolution of powers to the English regions. Where does the public stand on devolution?
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