08.08.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - The Tories would have been just short of a majority with 299 seats if the May 2010 election had been contested on the proposed new boundaries, according to AnthonyWells, of polling company YouGov Plc. They won 306 of 650 seats in 2010. The move still
08.08.2012 [Businessweek] - The Tories would have been just short of a majority with 299 seats if the May 2010 election had been contested on the proposed new boundaries, according to AnthonyWells, of polling company YouGov Plc. (YOU) They won 306 of 650 seats in 2010.
07.08.2012 [Businessweek] - The proposed realignment could see the Tories gain as many as 20 seats in the House of Commons, according to AnthonyWells, associate director of pollster YouGov Plc. “There is not a single policy that can now deliver them 20 extra seats,” Wells said.
21.07.2012 [The Independent (blog)] - That was the original title of AnthonyWells's brilliant post on UK Polling Report yesterday. He has now changed it to “Is Ed Miliband a drag on Labour's support?” A Question to Which the Answer is, You Think? This is the graph that is worth several
AnthonyWells is Associate Director of YouGov's political and social opinion polling and currently runs their media polling operation for the Sun and Sunday Times. He also runs the UKPollingReport website; an independent blog on opinion polling that was one of the most popular blogs during the 2010 election and is a widely used source for academics and journalists.
28.04.2010 by Toby Young I'll leave you with AnthonyWells's summary of it from UKPollingReport: The share of the vote in these seats back in 2005 was CON 36%, LAB 23%, LDEM 35%. In ICM's poll today they found support at CON 35%(-1), LAB 18%(-5), LDEM 39%(+4). ...
06.05.2010 AnthonyWells (UK Independence Party) - 1604. As the results were announced there were cheers and applause from Nick Boles Conservative supporters. He said he was delighted with the result. Mr Boles said: "It is a fantastic feeling. ...