I’ve often commented on how Lib Dems need to keep on bashing away at communicating the party’s stance about Brexit because, given the limited attention most people give to politics, we’re a long way still from ‘everyone’ knowing where the party stands. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about internet polling firm YouGov, which is a member of the British Polling Council (BPC).
The firm was founded in 2000 and pioneered online political polling in the UK. To see how YouGov’s poll results compare with those from other pollsters, see Pollbase.
With both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats now with new leaders, the two parties are also in first and second in the latest opinion poll. … Read the full post »
There has not (yet?) been any public polling about the Liberal Democrat leadership race itself. However, we do have the YouGov Ratings… … Read the full post »
A regular theme of my writing about research into the attitude of voters towards the Liberal Democrats has been about how much of what the media, and politicians, say is based on a simple myth. … Read the full post »
New data from YouGov is packed with fun nuggets. For Liberal Democrats, the key point is that only just over half of voters know that the party is anti-Brexit. … Read the full post »
First, there’s YouGov’s backward-looking questions about the European referendum… … Read the full post »
Here’s how the current Lib Dem rating with each pollster compares with the past. Spoiler: it’s a good picture for Vince Cable’s party. … Read the full post »
YouGov’s latest set of leadership ratings contains cautiously promising news from the Liberal Democrats: Vince Cable has the best (least worst) ratings of the three main UK party leaders. … Read the full post »
The latest YouGov polling on Britain’s future in Europe shows a continuing steady trend of growing support for a referendum on the Brexit deal once its terms are known. … Read the full post »
On Sunday morning at the Liberal Democrat federal spring conference in Southport, the party will be debating a new strategy. I’d summarise it as a six step route to success… … Read the full post »