Edition #33 of Liberal Democrat Newswire came out last week, looking at what the polls say about the Lib Dems. You can now also read it in full below.
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Liberal Democrat Newswire #33
Welcome to the 33rd edition of Liberal Democrat Newswire.
This time it's a special mid-month edition on what the polls tell us about the Liberal Democrats.
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In this newsletter:
Between a rock and a hard place
At the weekend, I sat in on a talk at the Liberal Democrat spring conference from a political scientist about what the polls say regarding the party. Given my often expressed scepticism about how well British political science really understands politics, and given how often I read information about the polls, I wasn't sure I was making the right decision about which talk to hear. But very quickly it was clear I had, because Professor Paul Whiteley gave a clear, well-informed and persuasive talk which, despite covering in some respects familiar ground, kept on throwing up new ways of looking at things.
It's well worth a watch in full:
You can watch the other speakers at the event (Lorely Burt, Patrick Wintour and Ed Davey) too. All the videos are on CentreForum's YouTube channel.
Thanks – and please forward
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