Monthly Archives: January 2016

Labouring back into contention?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (31st January 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 30th January 2016 In the last Red C opinion poll of 2015, the two government parties had achieved their highest combined support levels in an opinion poll since the Millward Brown poll of 25th January 2014. This marked the culmination … Continue reading

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Does size matter? Largest and smallest General Election 2016 constituencies (in terms of area)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th January 2016 NB: If you are using information from the page/website for publications/talks/interviews etc, make sure to highlight this site as the source of your information please. Believe me, a lot of my work/time has been put into working … Continue reading

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Mixed results for the Government Parties: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitiudes opinion poll (17th January 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 16th January 2016 The first Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll of 2016 is almost the mirror image of the last such poll in 2015, with Fianna Fail and the Independents and Others grouping reclaiming the ground lost in the … Continue reading

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Two steps forward, one step back: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (17th January 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 16th January 2016 In the last Red C opinion poll, the government parties achieved their highest combined support levels in an opinion poll since the Millward Brown poll of 25th January 2014. This marked the culmination of a trend evident … Continue reading

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