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Whiteley, Paul (2022) How accurate are the polls when forecasting election outcomes well into the future? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2022). Blog Entry.

Clarke, Harold and Whiteley, Paul (2021) Persistent inflation seriously threatens the Democrats’ chances of controlling Congress in the 2022 midterm elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Dec 2021). Blog Entry.

Whiteley, Paul (2021) Why a resurgence of democracy around the world would greatly help in the battle against climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2021). Blog Entry.

Whiteley, Paul and Clarke, Harold (2021) How do the Scots achieve independence given the volatility in voters’ attitudes? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2021). Blog Entry.

Whiteley, Paul, Clarke, Harold and Stewart, Marianne (2021) Given its likely adverse political effects, the problem of social care funding is unlikely to be solved any time soon. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2021). Blog Entry.

Clarke, Harold, Stewart, Marianne and Whiteley, Paul (2020) Vulnerable Americans rally around a president in a crisis. but polarization means this hasn’t happened during the Covid-19 pandemic. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Oct 2020). Blog Entry.

Clarke, Harold, Stewart, Marianne, Whiteley, Paul and Whitten, Guy D. (2020) The large gender gap in Trump’s support threatens his reelection. Here’s what’s driving it. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Jul 2020). Blog Entry.

Clarke, Harold and Whiteley, Paul (2020) Economic inequality can help predict Covid-19 deaths in the US. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 May 2020). Blog Entry.

Whiteley, Paul, Clarke, Harold D. and Stewart, Marianne (2017) How the Conservatives’ austerity rhetoric won them GE2015, and almost cost them GE2017. British Politics and Policy Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Whiteley, Paul, Clarke, Harold D. and Goodwin, Matthew (2017) Was this a Brexit election after all? Tracking party support among Leave and Remain voters. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2017). Website.

Clarke, Harold D., Goodwin, Matthew and Whiteley, Paul (2017) Why Britain voted to leave (and what Boris Johnson had to do with it). LSE Brexit (04 May 2017). Website.

Clarke, Harold D., Goodwin, Matthew and Whiteley, Paul (2016) Leave was always in the lead: why the polls got the referendum result wrong. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jul 2016). Website.

Clarke, Harold D., Goodwin, Matthew and Whiteley, Paul (2016) Leave was always in the lead: why the polls got the referendum result wrong. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2016). Website.

Whiteley, Paul and Clarke, Harold (2016) Representative samples are an issue for the pollsters – but so are respondents who lie. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2016). Website.

Whiteley, Paul (2014) What does the Rochester & Strood by-election mean for British politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2014). Website.

Whiteley, Paul (2014) The ‘Devo Manc’ proposals represent centralisation on steroids. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2014). Website.

Whiteley, Paul (2014) Addressing the cost of living from a poverty perspective requires a multipronged approach. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2014). Website.

Gifford, Chris, Whiteley, Paul, O'Mahony, Jane, Qvortrup, Matt, Bale, Tim, Mudde, Cas, Quinlan, Stephen and Rotherham, Lee (2013) It’s the question, stupid: democracy experts respond to the EU referendum question proposals. Democratic Audit UK (31 Oct 2013). Website.

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