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Research World (June 2002)

The unexpected success of Jean-Marie Le Pen in the first round of France’s recent Presidential election came as a shock for not only the nation’s politicians but its pollsters. As elsewhere, political opinion polling constitutes only a...

Catalogue: Research World 2002
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
June 1, 2002

Research papers

The voters between left and right

9 out of 10 voters can position themselves on a left / right semantic differential scale. Some 30% choose for the center position. The scale-positions largely explain party-choice in elections as well as perceptions of political entities such as...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Jan Stapel
Company: NIPO
June 15, 1980

Research papers


The Swedish election 1985 produced a surprisingly strong finish for the small Liberal party in Sweden - 14,50% compared to 5,90% in the previous electron in 1982. The polls had kept the party in the 5 to 7% range until the weeks before the election...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: Opinion Polls
Authors: Hans L. Zetterberg, Gunnar Andren
June 15, 1986

Research papers

From stream to structure

This paper describes the use of computerised topic analysis to segment and analyse tweets by US presidential election candidates in 2016. The statistical technique used to create the topic is called Latent Dirichlet Analysis (LDA). The paper shows...

Catalogue: Big Data World 2016: Understanding People Through Smart Data
Author: Andrew Jeavons
November 18, 2016

Research papers

The democracy of opinion polls

I would like to suggest that the polling industry should not agonise too much about getting elections wrong. Error may be good for you; an occasional disaster can be good for the industry and good for the public. If polls were to have too long a run...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: Opinion Polls
Author: David Butler
June 15, 1986


The future of polling after 2020

The panelists will cover a number of areas regarding polling and the U.S. Election, including the following: - How the evidence explains what actually happened in this US election;- How criticisms of US pre-election polls have raised questions...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Authors: Kathy Frankovic, Clifford Alexander Young, Jennifer Agiesta, Jean-Marc Leger, Courtney Kennedy, Robert Y. Shapiro
December 16, 2020

Research papers

Journalistic developments in the use of opinion polls: Panel discussion

I should like to spend a little time not talking so much about the finer statistics of "Sunday Times" polling when the "Sunday Times" is being published, but about some of the more general problems that we have had in recent years in the British...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Peter Kellner
June 15, 1980

Research papers

Polls, media and the law in the Federal Republic of Germany

The German Law on the European Election does not contain any provisions concerning the publication of results from surveys conducted among voters during the European Parliament election in June 1979. The national laws in Europe vary considerably....

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Seminar 1980: Opinion Polls
Author: Walter Rudolf
June 15, 1980

Research papers

The contribution of qualitative research to the presidential campaign of Vicente Fox

Within the framework of theoretical and methodological reflection about the discussion group, this paper describes how qualitative research was used in the campaign of Vicente Fox, the new President of Mexico. Qualitative research provided the...

Catalogue: Latin America 2001
Authors: Guido Lara, Soledad Rojas
May 1, 2001