Official results from the Australian Bureau of statistics of the postal survey. Explanation of the process. And commentary from the Sydney Morning Herald news.
Here are some useful starting points for tracing the polls. Remember to check the methodology used. The What UK Thinks: EU Poll of Polls from the NatCen for Social Research is based on the average share of the vote for ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ in the six most recent polls of voting intentions in the EU […]
An interesting article in the Conversation considers 40 years of polling history. Use the blog to follow the conversation on what exit will mean. For the latest news EU newspaper feeds from European Journalism Centre has updates from several hundred newspapers. Newsmuseum has todays front pages from around the world.
Who will win – leave or remain? Get some predictions and look at the social monitoring from the SENSE-EU which has been developed by the SENSEI European Project. It is monitoring websites and social media using experimental analytic technologies for the automatic classification of agreement and disagreement and mood in social media. Partners include: University […]
UK Political Web Observatory has been created by Linkfluence and Westminster Advisers with Dr Nick Anstead. In early 2016 they examined 819 sites to create a spatialised visual interactive map of online networks viewpoint on Brexit enabling users to explore the interconnections and influence of specific groups. Detailed information on the methodology used is available […]
View Demos visual mapping of the Brexit Twitterosphere for a stunning visual examination of key players and networks. Find out which three women were key players during the first week of May!
Scottish independence referendum collection Details about this project from the National Library of Scotland which will include a webarchive . Also this week a House of Commons Library briefing summarising the outcome.