BBC's poll tracker strangely defaults to show the one poll where the tes vote is declining over time...and they also state on the page: "Individual polls are important, but we should also be looking at any trend over time: is the direction of travel benefiting one side or the other" Via BBC
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S&P 500 futures open higher after polls close in UK referendum
Scottish independence: Final day of campaigning ahead of vote. Both sides in the Scottish referendum debate are making their final pitch to voters on the last day of campaigning. It comes as the latest polls suggested the result remained too close to call, with a slender lead for a "No" vote. #Scottish #ScottishIndependence #Scotland #UK #GreatBritain #referendum #politics #government
Scottish independence referendum: Latest updates on historic poll
The Prime Minister has no Scottish strategy and is at the mercy of events Read more here: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/2012/07/12/conservative-scottish-strategy-convery/ Photo: The Laird of Oldham (CC-BY-SA) via Flickr
| Reports that non-Scots will swing the referendum are both unwise and misleading | The latest ICM poll made delightful reading for the yes campaign the other day. It showed a split of 52/48 against independence (42/39 once we factor the “don’t knows” back in), suggesting that the yes…
Nicola Sturgeon’s march to independence has stalled, reveals a new poll held after she announced her intention to stage a second referendum on whether Scotland should remain in the UK. While activists at yesterday’s SNP conference were confident of a lift in support for a “yes” vote, the latest Panelbase survey for The Sunday Times and LBC puts backing for a split at 44% — one point lower than in the 2014 referendum.
Have the BBC’s dirty tricks failed? Have they even back-fired? As I write on May 4 2015, I have only the opinion polls to tell me, so but if they are correct and there is an SNP landslide on the 7th, then the Scottish people will have delivered a massive show of popular political intelligence, for self-determination and against the propaganda machine operating across Scotland’s mainstream media. Of course, it is possible the propaganda has been quite effective and the SNP surge would’ve…
Latest polls indicate Yes-Yes would earn 61% in Nov 9 independence referendum - VilaWeb, 30.04.2014. Even assuming that all of the undecided ended up voting No or Yes-No, which is a lot to assume, the Yes-Yes still wins with 53% of the vote (47%/88.5%—that is, the total Yes-Yes, minus the abstentions), No's, Yes-No's, and Undecided-to-No’s get just 47.4% (19.3% + 11.5% +11.2% / 88.5%), and there would still a tiny amount of blank and null votes.
There are 5 things that could cause undecided voters to back Brexit — not one of them is immigration
The latest polls on Britain's referendum over whether the country should stay or leave the European Union show a vastly mixed picture of what the result could possibly be. This week, we've had one poll that showed support for a Brexit — Britain leaving the EU — is ahead of staying, while another