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Two steps forward, One step back?: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (26th April 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 25th April 2015 

Tomorrow sees the latest in monthly series of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion polls. This seems, to a certain degree to reverse the trends evident in the last such  5,547 more words

Fianna Fail

Hacked Off: New Poll shows public wants legislation to implement Leveson

A YouGov poll of 1717 adults taken over 11-12 April 2015 for the Hacked Off Campaign has found that the public do not believe that press behaviour has improved since the phone hacking scandal, with almost 3 in 5 wanting tougher regulation of the press, and the same proportion wanting further Parliamentary action to deliver it. 686 more words

Leveson Inquiry

Things that puzzle me

In no particular order:

1) Why do people have comment moderation for blogs about cookery, books, photography and other presumably inoffensive subjects?

I can’t work out whether it is paranoia, over-inflated sense of self-importance or some strange form of blog management whereby having to approve a comment means they will never miss one. 1,012 more words

Blogging

Do the polls tell us anything..?

Looking at the BBC “Poll of Polls” today, the Conservatives have a one point lead –

  • Conservative 35%
  • Labour 34%
  • UKIP 13%
  • Liberal Democrats 9%
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Politics

Opinion poll:How would you say no

Your friend just got the kind of job she had
been dreaming of all her life. The pay is
great, the office location is favourable and… 178 more words

OPINION POLL

New Survey: 3 Out Of 10 'Worst Jobs' Are In Journalism

By Ken Shepherd ~

A new survey by CareerCast.com shows that three journalistic professions fall inside the top ten “worst” jobs to have, reports Fortune.com… 155 more words

Public Opinion

Media Reform Coalition: Poll shows strong support for action on media ownership

Figures in a new poll reveal that there is overwhelming public support for action to confront the unaccountable power of media proprietors in the UK. 74 per cent believe that, in order to own a UK newspaper, radio station or TV channel, companies should be based in the UK and pay full UK tax while 61 per cent are in favour of compulsory rules (such as independent editorial boards) in order to limit the influence of owners over editorial output. 464 more words

Media