Here’s the full report of the opinion polling industry’s post-mortem into its own mistakes at the 2015 general election. … Read the full post »
The British Polling Council is the industry’s self-regulation body for political polling in the UK.
I’ve been running a little series of posts about poll questions that newspapers have paid for but not reported. … Read the full post »
Getting your own story right isn’t perhaps the highest of bars to set newspapers, but on past experience it’s one they often seem to miss. But what’s the actual evidence? … Read the full post »
As I blogged last month, I’m starting to rate the quality of the media’s coverage of opinion polls, which is often far from perfect. … Read the full post »
The quality of traditional media coverage of political opinion polling has been a common cause of complaints amongst political bloggers. The most obvious problem is when an opinion poll from one polling company is compared not with the previous poll from that company but against an older one. … Read the full post »