Mike Smithson rightly dismisses today’s Mori poll as an accurate reflection of voter intention.Â Indeed, I have always dismissed Mori polls for the same reasons. But there is one small note of optimisim.Â Because Mori only looks at those “certain to vote” it does suggest a slight hardening of the Lib Dem vote, which is… Continue reading Mori Boost
When it’s all said and done, Ming Campbell was my second choice and I’m happy with the result. I can’t deny the result was a bit of a surprise. I’ve been convinced he’d win for the past fortnight, but I thought it would be within 5%. Similarly, I thought Simon Hughes was going to do… Continue reading Well done Ming!
A brief footnote to James’s eloquence on the Dunfermline & West Fife result. 1) Its a good reminder of the self-absorbed uselessness of the Westminster-media bubble: according to the headlines in the last month or two, the Lib Dems should have done badly, and the Tories at least done something. 2) Its difficult to know… Continue reading Reasons to be Cheerful no.63