Tag Archives: Polls

UK goes to the polls on 12 December — Kiwiblog

Finally the voters in the UK get the chance to throw out some of the current MPs. The current poll of polls shows: Conservatives 35%, 354 seatsLabour 26%, 195 seatsLib Dems 18%, 31 seatsBrexit 12%, 0 seatsGreens 5%, 1 seatSNP 3%, 48 seatsOthers 21 seatsBut the campaign may change everything. Will the Brexit Party and…

via UK goes to the polls on 12 December — Kiwiblog

DON’T BELIEVE the Skewed Polling: LIES LIES and More LIES! — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Brothers and sisters in Christ – Please do not believe any polls you may see online. Even if it’s from an outfit you like; none of these polls are accurate. Remember back in 2016 when the polls showed Hillary about 7 points ahead of Trump? Yeah, I remember that too. But we have to be […]

via DON’T BELIEVE the Skewed Polling: LIES LIES and More LIES! — Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Dems In Trouble With New Poll In Swing States That Have Negative View On AOC And Omar! — Preserve Conservative Values

 

PHOTO: Screenshot Article by Bryan Howard July 15, 2019 The Democrat party has had a polling organization keep track on how swing voters or moderate Democrats view the current state of the party, and it is not good news for the Democrats. The polling organization found that the radical left Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar…

via Dems In Trouble With New Poll In Swing States That Have Negative View On AOC And Omar! — Preserve Conservative Values

Polls, Brexit postponed – and the slump of the Conservative vote — Conservative Home

The most recent opinion poll results that we can find are as follows: BMG research – April 11 Conservatives: 27 per cent (- 8). Labour: 31 per cent (no change). Liberal Democrats: 8 per cent (- 2). UKIP: 7 per cent (+ 1). Change UK: 8 per cent (+ 3). Brexit Party: 6 per cent.…

via Polls, Brexit postponed – and the slump of the Conservative vote — Conservative Home

Canada’s Trudeau Is Plunging In Polls, Conservatives Ahead — Daily Wire

Another new poll has found Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 47, the head of the Liberal Party, in serious trouble: The Nanos Research poll, released Tuesday, found that if elections were held now, the Liberal Party would lose control of the government and Trudeau would be out, the first prime minister to do so holding…

via Canada's Trudeau Is Plunging In Polls, Conservatives Ahead — Daily Wire

POLLS: Republicans Trailing BADLY In Congressional Match-Ups — Daily Wire

While President Trump’s approval rating continues to maintain his record highs, two new polls show a tremendous gap opening between Democrats and Republicans on the generic Congressional ballot. Quinnipiac and Kaiser both have Democrats ahead by 12 points; the Real Clear Politics poll average places Democrats ahead by 7.8 points.

via POLLS: Republicans Trailing BADLY In Congressional Match-Ups — Daily Wire

Liberals on verge of wipe out in Ontario — Kiwiblog

Ontario is going to the polls. I’ve taken a lot of interest in this election as up until a few months ago a mate of mine, Patrick Brown, was the Leader of the Opposition and likely to become Premier. He got pushed out by his own party within hours of sexual misconduct allegations (which have…

via Liberals on verge of wipe out in Ontario — Kiwiblog

Echoes of Trump in Canada as Ontario heads to the polls — The Crusader Journal

By Andrea Hopkins OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s most populous province looks set to elect as premier in June a plain-spoken Progressive Conservative often compared to U.S. President Donald Trump, setting the stage for a fight on many fronts with Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Doug Ford, the bombastic brother of Toronto’s late, crack-smoking mayor, Rob […]

via Echoes of Trump in Canada as Ontario heads to the polls — The Crusader Journal

Hopelessly out of touch poll claim — Your NZ

Polls are often used to claim things that they don’t portray. There is no way of knowing exactly why polls move, and what timeframe cause and effect operates under. Pundits can only guess, or make things up. In New Zealand media companies who publish polls try to make dramatic stories out of their own polls. […]

via Hopelessly out of touch poll claim — Your NZ

German election results — Kiwiblog

The polls were pretty accurate for the German elections. The results for votes were: CDU/CSU (National) 33.0% (-8.5%) SPD (Labour) 20.5% (-5.2%) AfD (NZ First) 13.0% (+7.9%) FDP (ACT) 10.7% (+5.9%) DIE LINKE (Alliance) 9.2% (+0.6%) GRUNE (Greens) 8.9% (+0.5%) Seats are: CDU/CSU (National) 246 (-65) SPD (Labour) 153 (-40) AfD (NZ First) 94 (+94)…

via German election results — Kiwiblog

Recent polls – a roundabout indication in a campaign of swings — Your NZ

Polls have been giving quite a range of results over the last month. There have been significant movements in support, and there has seemed to be discrepancies between some of the results, but this has been confused by different polling periods. Different polling methods are also being used. Poll-of polls are of limited use and […]

via Recent polls – a roundabout indication in a campaign of swings — Your NZ

Where are we at with the polls? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

In the last two weeks we have had three polls, two from 1News/Colmar Brunton and the Newshub/Reid Research polls. The polls and potential results are getting harder to pick than a broken nose. But what do they really say. Simon Lusk and I talked about polling. in our podcast, with Peter Ellis. Here it is…

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The polls, and why they are wrong – Part 2 — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Guest post The discussion generated by my article “Why the polls are wrong” was robust and I thought very insightful – so much so that I would like to share some of those comments with you and speculate (tin foil hat time!) about what it all means. patriot wrote: “Colmar Brunton rang me Tuesday night.…

via The polls, and why they are wrong – Part 2 — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

State of the polls — Your NZ

We are getting towards the business end of the campaign, with advance voting starting in a week and less then three weeks until election day. After years of Paddys and others breathlessly claiming ‘if an election was held today’ the polls are finally starting to really matter – although not as much as Gower’s breathless […]

via State of the polls — Your NZ

Hooton on Labour’s leadership problems

 

Matthew Hooton writes at NBR: Jacinda Ardern’s eclipse of her leader Andrew Little in the preferred prime minister stakes has occurred sooner than expected. In the first public poll taken entirely after Bill English’s controversial move on superannuation and Ms Ardern’s elevation to Labour’s deputy leadership, Labour is at 31%, its Green allies on 11%…

via Hooton on Labour’s leadership problems — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media