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CBC.ca
'Please God! Let us be out': Portrait of a British town's 'Brexit' debateof being ourselves." With just one month to go before the vote, opinion polls
'Please God! Let us be out': Portrait of a British town's 'Brexit' debate
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
of being ourselves." With just one month to go before the vote, opinion polls continue to show a tight race, according to John Curtice, a political scientist and polling expert with the University of Strathclyde. "Certainly much tighter than the... Read more
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Namibia Economist
The eternal quest for youthones. In this respect Britain is unlike other countries, where older voters fav
The eternal quest for youth
Namibia Economist / Posted 14 days ago
ones. In this respect Britain is unlike other countries, where older voters favour the EU more than younger ones do. John Curtice, a political analyst at Strathclyde University, suggests some older British voters who in 1975 voted to stay in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
A Labour victory is a long way offwin next time. The party could require as much as a 13 point lead in votes. And
A Labour victory is a long way off
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
win next time. The party could require as much as a 13 point lead in votes. And the message from the English ballot boxes at least is that prospect still looks a very long way off. :: John Curtice is Professor of Politics, University of Strath... Read more
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The Telegraph
Greatest city votes like oneout a draft resignation speech only to wake up to find he had "done a Modi" - h
Greatest city votes like one
The Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
out a draft resignation speech only to wake up to find he had "done a Modi" - he was returned with an absolute majority. John Curtice, the BBC's chief pollster, also said that "it seems perfectly clear Sadiq Khan is going to win" - "there is no... Read more
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International Business Times
Sadiq Khan 'has won' London mayoral election, beating Zac Goldsmith Conservative Zac Goldsmith. Khan seems set to become the first Muslim mayor of
Sadiq Khan 'has won' London mayoral election, beating Zac Goldsmith
International Business Times / Posted 18 days ago
Conservative Zac Goldsmith. Khan seems set to become the first Muslim mayor of London. The BBC's chief pollster, Professor John Curtice said: "It seems perfectly clear Sadiq Khan is going to win" the race for London Mayor. He added that "there is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit: don't count on Boris Johnson to shift votesunion, the euro is wobbly, and there is an uneasy east-west divide on social po
Brexit: don't count on Boris Johnson to shift votes
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
union, the euro is wobbly, and there is an uneasy east-west divide on social policy. New research released this week by John Curtice, a politics professor at Strathclyde University, found almost half of Britain believes the EU "undermines... Read more
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heraldscotland
Holyrood's voting system: how it worksparty with the regional ballot, pointing out that it relied on list MSPs in 201
Holyrood's voting system: how it works
heraldscotland / Posted 21 days ago
party with the regional ballot, pointing out that it relied on list MSPs in 2011 to win its historic majority. Professor John Curtice, the UK's top polling expert, has said: "Given the character of the polls – leaving aside the caveats about the... Read more
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International Business Times
Britain's Chief Rabbi says Jeremy Corbyn must deal with Labour's 'severe' anti-Semitism problem other Labour MPs say anything less than gaining 450 seats would be a failure.
Britain's Chief Rabbi says Jeremy Corbyn must deal with Labour's 'severe' anti-Semitism problem
International Business Times / Posted 21 days ago
other Labour MPs say anything less than gaining 450 seats would be a failure. Analysis from the respected election expert John Curtice of Strathclyde University shows Labour is likely to lose around 200 seats. Even so, Joe Twyman from YouGov, said... Read more
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Scotsman
Scott Macnab: Indyref2 debate is new reality – so get used to itis significantly down on 2011 when this group accounted for about a quarter of
Scott Macnab: Indyref2 debate is new reality – so get used to it
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
is significantly down on 2011 when this group accounted for about a quarter of SNP votes. The polling expert Professor John Curtice went as far as to warn at the weekend that it is “pretty much impossible” for other parties to make progress... Read more
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Daily Record
New poll shows Tories could still come second in Scottish Parliament electionof losing to the Tories. Latest poll shows SNP on track for another historic l
New poll shows Tories could still come second in Scottish Parliament election
Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
of losing to the Tories. Latest poll shows SNP on track for another historic landslide Polling expert Professor John Curtice said: “The race for second place is now officially too close to call.” Tory leader Ruth Davidson has made a... Read more
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Daily Record
New Holyrood election poll sees Tories slip behind Labour in race for secondGreens are polling at six per cent, with the Lib Dems on four per cent, UKIP on
New Holyrood election poll sees Tories slip behind Labour in race for second
Daily Record / Posted 22 days ago
Greens are polling at six per cent, with the Lib Dems on four per cent, UKIP on three per cent and RISE on two per cent. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: “While support for the Conservatives has largely held... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Nicola Sturgeon accuses rivals of undermining democracy over independence plansbehind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) an
Nicola Sturgeon accuses rivals of undermining democracy over independence plans
EveningTimes Online / Posted 22 days ago
behind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) and the left-wing alliance Rise (2 per cent). John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: "While support for the Conservatives has largely held... Read more
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heraldscotland
Nicola Sturgeon accuses rivals of undermining democracy over independence plansbehind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) an
Nicola Sturgeon accuses rivals of undermining democracy over independence plans
heraldscotland / Posted 22 days ago
behind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) and the left-wing alliance Rise (2 per cent). John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: "While support for the Conservatives has largely held... Read more
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Scotsman
Holyrood 2016: Independence ‘thwarts opposition parties’ hopeslike Holyrood’s new tax powers have been “trumped” by the constitution two year
Holyrood 2016: Independence ‘thwarts opposition parties’ hopes
Scotsman / Posted 23 days ago
like Holyrood’s new tax powers have been “trumped” by the constitution two years on from the ­referendum, says Professor John Curtice of Strathclyde University. Almost all Yes voters back the SNP, along with about 15 per cent of No voters,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Sturgeon accuses Unionists of seeking to thwart democratic wishes of Scotsbehind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) an
Sturgeon accuses Unionists of seeking to thwart democratic wishes of Scots
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
behind the Greens on 6 per cent and only narrowly ahead of Ukip (3 per cent) and the left-wing alliance Rise (2 per cent). John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: "While support for the Conservatives has largely held... Read more
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Scotsman
Scottish Tories slip behind Labour in Holyrood election poll19 per cent. The Liberal Democrats are polling at 4 per cent, Ukip 3 per cent,
Scottish Tories slip behind Labour in Holyrood election poll
Scotsman / Posted 23 days ago
19 per cent. The Liberal Democrats are polling at 4 per cent, Ukip 3 per cent, the Greens 6 per cent and Rise 2 per cent. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, told the Sunday Times: “While support for the Conservatives... Read more
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Scotsman
Holyrood 2016: Labour voters less left-wing than SNP, finds studypayments for people in Scotland with disabilities should be increased”, compare
Holyrood 2016: Labour voters less left-wing than SNP, finds study
Scotsman / Posted 25 days ago
payments for people in Scotland with disabilities should be increased”, compared with 56 per cent of Labour voters. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: “On a number of key issues, Labour voters are apparently... Read more
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heraldscotland
SNP and Labour clash over health spendingfound, but SNP voters were more strongly in favour of increased benefits, radic
SNP and Labour clash over health spending
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
found, but SNP voters were more strongly in favour of increased benefits, radical land reform and free university tuition. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde, said: "On a number of key issues, Labour voters are apparently less keen... Read more
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Scotsman
Study finds Labour voters less left-wing than SNP supporterspayments for people in Scotland with disabilities should be increased”, compare
Study finds Labour voters less left-wing than SNP supporters
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
payments for people in Scotland with disabilities should be increased”, compared with 56 per cent of Labour voters. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, said: “On a number of key issues, Labour voters are apparently... Read more
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The New Statesman
Winning University Challenge, googling my eyebrows, and inspiring girls to be swotswhen the SDP-Liberal Alliance surged. On 5 May, Labour is forecast to break th
Winning University Challenge, googling my eyebrows, and inspiring girls to be swots
The New Statesman / Posted 26 days ago
when the SDP-Liberal Alliance surged. On 5 May, Labour is forecast to break this 31-year record. Based on current polling, John Curtice, the doyen of British psephology, predicts that the party will lose 170 councillors. If so, Labour will not be a... Read more
27d
The New Statesman
However Labour performs in the elections, Jeremy Corbyn will be leader for as long as he wantswhen the SDP-Liberal Alliance surged. On 5 May, Labour is forecast to break th
However Labour performs in the elections, Jeremy Corbyn will be leader for as long as he wants
The New Statesman / Posted 27 days ago
when the SDP-Liberal Alliance surged. On 5 May, Labour is forecast to break this 31-year record. Based on current polling, John Curtice, the doyen of British psephology, predicts that the party will lose 170 councillors. If so, Labour will not be a... Read more
27d
The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The new facismbecome the first opposition party since 1985 to lose seats in a non-general-ele
In this week's magazine | The new facism
The New Statesman / Posted 27 days ago
become the first opposition party since 1985 to lose seats in a non-general-election year: Based on current polling, John Curtice, the doyen of British psephology, predicts that the party will lose 170 councillors. If so, Labour will not be a... Read more
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express
Labour rebels sharpen knives as Corbyn prepares for local election WIPEOUTas yet at least, Mr Corbyn has yet to find a formula that makes Labour look as
Labour rebels sharpen knives as Corbyn prepares for local election WIPEOUT
express / Posted 29 days ago
as yet at least, Mr Corbyn has yet to find a formula that makes Labour look as thought it could return to power Professor John Curtice, president of the British Polling Council With Labour currently trailing the Tories by two opinion points,... Read more
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International Business Times
Polls show Labour set for historic losses at local council elections in May for more than three decades. In Jeremy Corbyn's biggest political test since h
Polls show Labour set for historic losses at local council elections in May
International Business Times / Posted 30 days ago
for more than three decades. In Jeremy Corbyn's biggest political test since he took over the leadership, Professor John Curtice of Strathclyde University said polls showed that Labour is set to lose 170 councillors as well as control of key... Read more
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Scotsman
Nicola Sturgeon: 2nd Scottish indyref after Brexit would be ‘tough call’has dipped from 52% who said they would vote for independence if the UK left th
Nicola Sturgeon: 2nd Scottish indyref after Brexit would be ‘tough call’
Scotsman / Posted 30 days ago
has dipped from 52% who said they would vote for independence if the UK left the EU in a similar poll in January. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, told the Sunday Times: “Although Scotland apparently remains... Read more
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heraldscotland
Battle for second Holyrood vote of Scottish independence supportersMay, and I have typically found it to understate election outcomes for the SNP)
Battle for second Holyrood vote of Scottish independence supporters
heraldscotland / Posted 30 days ago
May, and I have typically found it to understate election outcomes for the SNP). Bu take your pick - Weber Shandwick, or John Curtice, following Curtice's analysis it is clear that if this comes about as seems very likely they would win very few... Read more
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Daily Mail
Boris rage at 'ridiculous weird Obama'referendum campaign, with some 'Remain' supporters predicting a decisive 60-40
Boris rage at 'ridiculous weird Obama'
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
referendum campaign, with some 'Remain' supporters predicting a decisive 60-40 victory. Respected poll expert Professor John Curtice said yesterday that the 'Remain' camp made 'significant progress' last week but the race was 'far from... Read more
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Daily Record
Shock poll shows Scottish Labour could finish behind Tories at Holyrood electionwill come second, with only 21 per cent believing Davidson can pull off an asto
Shock poll shows Scottish Labour could finish behind Tories at Holyrood election
Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
will come second, with only 21 per cent believing Davidson can pull off an astonishing victory. Polling expert Professor John Curtice said: “Despite Kezia ­Dugdale’s efforts, today’s poll shows Labour have still not shaken off the Tory challenge... Read more

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