Your views on the voting system
This week we ran a mini-poll on the voting system, asking people for their views on Twitter. Here are the results of our little experiment. Thanks to the 304 of you who participated. Should The Voting System Change?
Should the voting system change?
Given the recent interest and discussions around the voting system, we thought it would be interesting to run a survey on this issue and provide you with an opportunity to express your views. Multiple choices are allowed. As always we’ll publish results as soon as the poll closes. Do you think the current voting system should change?(blog polls)
How far-reaching is a party on Twitter?
We thought it would be interesting to try and measure the reach of each party on Twitter, and had a first go at this by simply looking at the number of followers for Members of Parliament, Prospective Parliamentary Candidates and official party feeds. The results are rather interesting. Labour - 32,020 Lib Dem - 11,668 Conservative - 13,938 Other - 6,924 Why are these numbers...
TweetMinster Poll - May 2009
A TweetMinster poll conducted through Twitter with 908 respondents has placed Liberal Democrats at 29%, Conservatives at 22% and Labour at 25% amongst users of the popular social media service. The poll also indicated a 10% drop in preferences for Gordon Brown and Labour, and a rise for David Cameron and “other” parties since last month’s poll. London 14 May 2009 - A poll conducted between May...
Take the TweetMinster poll (May)
Once again we’re running our little polling experiment. We look forward to your responses, and will share results once the poll closes. Multiple responses will not be counted. Thanks in advance for your time. Independently from party, who would you prefer as PM?(myspace polls) If the election were held tomorrow, who would you vote for?(opinion poll)