Tag Archives: Dun Laoghaire

Green Party Target Constituencies for the next General Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 31st May 2016 Following on earlier posts, which tried to identify potential target constituencies for the Labour Party, for Sinn Fein, for Fianna Fail and for Fine Gael at the next general election based on an analysis of … Continue reading

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Fianna Fail Target Constituencies for the next General Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 31st May 2016 Following on earlier posts, which tried to identify potential target constituencies for the Labour Party, for Sinn Fein and for Fine Gael at the next general election based on an analysis of the 2016 General … Continue reading

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The 1995 Divorce Referendum: A Geographical Retrospect

Adrian Kavanagh, 14th May 2015 With the upcoming presidential candidates age and marriage equality referendum contests to take place on 22nd May (2015), I thought it would be useful to look back at geographical patterns in turnout levels and Yes/No … Continue reading

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Fianna Fail’s Top Ten Problem/Promising Constituencies ahead of the next General Election

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th September 2014 This is the second in a series of posts where I offer a geographical perspective on the state of play for the different parties at this point in time. Note – I stress at this … Continue reading

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Fine Gael’s Top Ten Problem/Promising Constituencies ahead of the next General Election

With little more than a year (at most!) to go until the next general election and with the candidate selection convention process likely to commence in the coming months, I am going to start of a series of posts where … Continue reading

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Estimating 2011 General Election seats levels using new Constituency Commission 2012 election boundaries

Adrian Kavanagh, 6th July 2012 Last month’s Constituency Commission report and the decision to reduce the number of Dail seats by 8 will have a profound impact on the result of, and the number of seats won by different parties at, the … Continue reading

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Political impacts of the 2012 Constituency Commission report: 2011 General Election party support estimates and changing political landscapes in the new constituency areas

Adrian Kavanagh, 25th June 2012  The creation of new election boundaries for the next general election, associated with the reduction in the number of Dail seat numbers by eight, in the 2012 Constituency Commission report has fundamentally altered the rules … Continue reading

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