Get Lib Dem news by email – and bonus council by-election results

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2 responses to “Get Lib Dem news by email – and bonus council by-election results”

  1. You say you don’t include regional polls in your mailings. Why not? I think you would agree they can be very useful, as well as fascinating.

    Comparing regional polls with national or other regional polls can often give an insight into changing voter sentiment through extrapolation from regional cultural and class differences.

    • Robert – there aren’t very many regional polls done in England, though the nations of Scotland and Wales do get their own polls. If a regional poll in England is done by one of the pollsters included in the Polling UnPacked round-ups, then they’ll be included. I don’t have the time at the moment, I’m afraid, to do Scotland-only or Wales-only round-ups similar to the British round-ups I do, though.

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