Month: May 2014

Something For the Weekend…

Posted on 30 May 2014 by Professor Roger Scully

A couple of little gems here on the European election results. First, the Election Data Blog has produced a series of maps, showing the European election vote by area for each of the main parties (a category that still, just about, includes the Liberal Democrats). You can find them here: http://election-data.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/european-election-results-2014.html For the Welsh maps,
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So How Did We Do?

Posted on 29 May 2014 by Professor Roger Scully

  On several occasions this Blog has celebrated the creation of the Welsh Political Barometer, the polling collaboration between Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre, ITV-Cymru Wales, and YouGov. Providing regular polling in Wales can, I believe, better inform political debate and discussion. But a reasonable response to this might be that polls can only properly
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