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.
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.
25.04.2010 by firstname.lastname@example.org (Guest Pollster) AnthonyWells is the editor of the UK Polling Report and an associate director at YouGov [interests disclosed: YouGov is Pollster.com's parent company]. He spoke with Emily Swanson on Tuesday about polling and the UK elections. ...
23.07.2010 Professor Christopher Hill, Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations, University of Cambridge Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE, Global Head of Citizenship and Diversity, KPMG AnthonyWells, Associate Director, YouGov ...
19.10.2010 by Lord Norton AnthonyWells, Associate Director of YouGov, outlined the results of the TCS/YouGov poll on AV and the referendum. The poll produced some fascinating findings. The All-Party Group is supported by the Constitution Society, which provided ...
This morning's voting intention figures for the daily YouGov/Sun poll are Conservatives 39%, Labour 41%, Liberal Democrats 10%. It shows a narrowing of the Labour lead, but until we see that supported in subsequent polls it is too early to tell if it is a a blip or a sign of genuine movement.
The latest voting intention figures in our daily YouGov/Sun poll show the Conservatives on 40%, Labour on 43% and the Liberal Democrats on 8%.
While the three point Labour lead is not untypical of our recent results, our latest trackers on public attitudes towards the cuts are much more negative for the Coalition Government. This is the first time we have asked our regular