A look back at the polls shows just how popular Theresa May's predecessor was.
Survey findings are typically considered in isolation in the media, with no understanding of context, of what is within and what is beyond the expected.
How did the Coalition go from a resounding victory in 2013 to the edge of electoral defeat?
How did the numbers of election 2016 fall across the country? And what seats are still in play?
The polling industry struggled to predict the last British election, and referendums are even harder.
The wane and wax of Euroscepticism in Britain.
The UK in a Changing EU app lets you choose which issues you feel are most important to you and use those to weight the outcomes.
When public opinion is as split as it is on the EU referendum, pollsters struggle to get it right.
The trend is headed in Leave's favour.
The Remain campaign cites this survey as proof of the economic benefits of staying in the EU. Here's the story behind the numbers.
Greens leader Richard Di Natale told Q&A that if there was a vote among people who are under 30 in Australia, there'd possibly be a Greens prime minister. What do the polls say?
Internet polls are offering up quite different results to phone polls. Here are a few suggestions as to why.
Using a new model that considers state-by-state polling, statisticians from Oklahoma State look at who would win the presidential election if it were held today.
Simply by voting in a church, you're more likely to support a conservative cause or candidate.
For 100 years, retail politics has ruled the New Hampshire primary. We may be seeing a new dynamic emerge in 2016.
Instead of fixating on polling and pundits, you might as well go straight to the bookies.
New survey information puts paid to 'shy Tories' theory.
We often get the facts wrong, but how we feel about austerity has serious consequences for the political class.
As Jeb Bush, the 11th declared Republican candidate enters the race for president, a look back at a secretive survey in 1935 that foreshadowed today's ubiquitous horserace polls.
'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.