Internet polls are offering up quite different results to phone polls. Here are a few suggestions as to why.
The electoral phenomenon that left David Cameron smiling will have huge implications for future battles.
'Shy Tories' doesn't cut it. There is another anomaly in the election poll data which offers a more useful angle on what went wrong.
Anyone see it coming?
While pre-election polls got their sums wrong, and seemed to ignore biases in the rush to publish, a far more accurate call was being made in the betting shops of Britain.
Undecided? Have a punt online.
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The 2015 election has brought voters a plethora of helpful tools. Here's how to use them.
The citizens came in two by two.
Study finds identical twins more likely to vote the same way -- unless they back the Lib Dems.
About one in four Australians are skipping the polling day queues and voting early.
More than 280,000 votes were cast online at the NSW election, which has been claimed as a new world record. The state's early vote also looks set to hit a new high, mirroring a trend across Australia.
Union-led campaigns across NSW are telling voters to put government MPs last on their ballot papers – a strategy that helped elect Labor in Queensland earlier this year.
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The way Queensland voters chose to exercise their preferences was crucial in the shock defeat of the state's first-term conservative government. Could that happen again in this weekend's NSW election?
Yelling protesters at health care reform town hall meeting in West Hartford, CT, in 2009.
Politics as partisan blood sport may be fun to watch but may undermine discourse necessary for democracy. A study finds that online town halls may re-engage potential voters in the political process.
It’s grim up North for the Tories.
The contest for 28 marginal seats could give a strong indication of the overall result in May.
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Give voters a wider choice and you'll see more of them exercising it.
Some people definitely aren’t convinced.
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George Osborne has delivered his latest Autumn Statement, announcing there has been no recession during this parliament and forecasting that the British economy will grow by 3% this year. This final Autumn…
Why do 14-17s have such different views to 18-24s?
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There seems to be a contradiction in the media reports about young people and their voting intentions in the Scottish referendum. While many polls and the Scottish Social Attitudes survey have found that…