Survey on opinion, attitude and voting intention during the 1979 British general election campaign
In the weeks just prior to the British general election of May 1979 Research Services Ltd. conducted a series of four surveys for a London Sunday newspaper, the Observer. In some ways, there was nothing unusual about the four surveys. They were of a kind often conducted by polling organisations for newspapers and television networks during election campaigns; the samples were not especially large, and nothing new was attempted in the way of interviewing techniques. In other ways, however, the RSL/Observer undertaking was unusual, possibly unique.
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