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Voters predict better than pollsters

Scotland’s ‘No’ Vote: A Loss for Pollsters and a Win for Betting Markets

Thursday’s Scottish referendum was interesting not just for what it said about Britain, but also for what it said about the state of political forecasting. 142 more words

Behavioral Economics

Independence: An Open Letter to Alex Salmond

Mr Salmond, Sir,

I hope today you are feeling proud. Coming from no voter this may sound full of irony but I can assure you it is genuine. 344 more words

Current Affairs

Making voting accessible for everyone

Accessible Voting
The City of Vaughan is committed to being a community where people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities can thrive. This includes ensuring that elections are accessible to everyone. 435 more words

Miscellaneous

Oh, By The Way There's An Election

Did you know that there is a major election coming up in about 50 days in the United States?  If you did not, then you do now.   671 more words

Maths and the Scottish Independence Vote

Impassioned rhetoric and heated debate aside the question being asked of voters is deceptively simple: Should Scotland be an independent country? The only options on the ballot paper are Yes or No. 771 more words

Alex Salmond

Valuing our vote

NZNO organiser Georgia Choveaux met New Zealand’s oldest woman and retired Karitane Nurse Peg Griffin at Kapiti Rest Home on the day residents voted in the 2014 General Election. 358 more words

NZ women – voters since 1893

Nurses  – awesome since forever

Yesterday one of our NZNO organisers, Georgia Choveaux visited an inspirational 92 year old retired nurse about voting in her… 258 more words