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Little change heading into the Summer Recess…: Constituency-level analysis of Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll (26th June 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 1st July 2016 The April and May Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls had shown Fianna Fail edging ahead of Fine Gael, but Fine Gael regains the initiative in the latest in the latest in the series of Sunday Times-Behaviour & … Continue reading

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US 2016 Presidential Election: National Polls say “Clear Clinton win”, State-level Polls say “Close Contest”

Adrian Kavanagh, 29th June 2016 (Updated 6th July 2016 – see bottom of post) As we head towards the 2016 US Presidential Election in November, there seems to be different messages coming from national-level and state-level opinion polls.

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Fianna Fail draws level with Fine Gael: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (29th May 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 30th May 2016 The latest in the series of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion polls did not point to any dramatic changes in support levels since the previous such poll and indeed since the February 2016 election. Fianna Fail are seen … Continue reading

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Fianna Fail edging ahead?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls (15th May/17th April 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th May 2016 With a new government now in place for a number of weeks, it is worthwhile now to review the trends observed in opinion polls carried out since the February 26th General Election. An earlier post … Continue reading

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As you were more or less…: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (13th March 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 12th March 2016 The counting for the February 2016 General Election has concluded and new Dail has just sat for the first time (on Thursday), but we already have our first post-general election opinion poll. Yesterday’s Sunday Business Post-Red … Continue reading

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Still all to play for?: Constituency-level analysis of the Paddy Power-Red C opinion poll (23rd February 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 24th February 2016 As we get closer to polling day, yesterday saw the latest – and last – in the series of pre-election Red C opinion polls, with this one being a Paddy Power-Red C poll. There are some interesting contrasts … Continue reading

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FG-FF or Voting Again?: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (22nd February 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 22nd February 2016 After three opinion polls in yesterday’s newspapers, we today see the last Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll of the current general election campaign. The trends in this poll are quite similar to that of the Sunday Independent-Millward Brown … Continue reading

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Independents’ Day beckoning?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Independent-Millward Brown opinion poll (21st February 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th February 2016 A night of opinion polls brings no real consensus as to the shape of the government that will/might emerge after Friday’s general election. The third of this weekend’s polls – the Sunday Independent-Millward Brown poll … Continue reading

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A Blue Phoenix?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (21st February 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th February 2016 Hot on the heels of a Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll, which brought some good news for Fine Gael, Fianna Fail and the Independents and Others but some bad news for Sinn Fein and awful news for … Continue reading

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Love’s Labour’s Lost?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitiudes opinion poll (21st February 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th February 2016 The last Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll of the February 2016 general election campaign again brings some very mixed messages for the two government parties. There is good news for Fine Gael, in which the downwards … Continue reading

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