Tag Archives: Opinion Polls

Deep and wide?

Nominations are open, and will close a week on Friday, so the latest YouGov-Cambridge poll commissioned by the Royal United Services Institute is well-timed to give that final push to prospective Independent candidates balancing the decision to run against the … Continue reading

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Tough on crime

You guys seem to like polling information, so I thought I’d give you some more. The Centreground poll mentioned a couple of days ago asked voters which qualities they would like to see in a Commissioner, and top of the … Continue reading

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Poll Position

The Government has finally released the rules for the PCC election. The combined efforts of lawyer Ros Baston, Jon Collins from the Police Foundation and Crest Advisory managed to track them down and publish them for candidates to see. But … Continue reading

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What do you want to know?

I’ve been talking to the folk at CREST Advisory, a consultancy seeking to support PCC Candidates, and they intend to be generating some news for us all to discuss. They are in the process of commissioning an opinion poll looking … Continue reading

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Total Politics on Police Commissioners

November’s Total Politics article on Police Commissioners and public polling, by Andrew Hawkins of ComRes, is now online.

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