Tag: Polls

Chatter Episode 15 – Callum Curry On Sussd and Life As An Entrepreneur In Northern Ireland

Callum Curry was the guest on today’s show ahead of the launch of his new polling company, Sussd. Sussd is a locally driven community polling platform that will allow people to give opinions on how local issues are being dealt with and give them the chance to impact real change in their community….

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Where Could Labour Target In A Second Snap Election?

Seven weeks ago, Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party were staring down the barrel of a monumental defeat. A 24 point polling gap spelled disaster for the Labour Party, yet their campaign managed to turn around this mountainous deficit and get within two and a half points of the Conservatives. Labour’s election hopes…

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How Long Will The Tories Last?

The Tories are going to have an incredibly difficult job legislating in the next parliament; their manifesto was generally poorly received and they are going to have to fight tooth and nail to pass every single piece of legislation. A handful of abstentions or dissenting votes…

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Election Prediction: Hung Parliament

If the last two years of elections have taught us anything, it’s that we should never underestimate the populist cause. Trump and Brexit both defied the pollsters and Corbyn shares one key characteristic with these upsets – an anti-establishment message.

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Framing The Election: The Key To Victory

Since the manifestos have been launched, it has become clearer and clearer that this election will be decided by whichever party can successfully control the narrative over the next two weeks. If the public perceive the election to be about Brexit, immigration, and foreign policy, Theresa May will win, however, if Labour can…

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