Tapping into the Pulse: Political public opinion polling in Canada, 2013 by Eric Grenier

Tapping into the Pulse: Political public opinion polling in Canada, 2013

byEric Grenier

Kobo ebook | March 28, 2014

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Written by Éric Grenier, author of ThreeHundredEight.com, and with a foreword by Paul Adams, Associate Professor of Journalism at Carleton University, "Tapping into the Pulse: Political public opinion polling in Canada, 2013" tells the story of the year in Canadian provincial and federal politics with a special focus on polls.

Federally, this eBook tells the story of how the Liberals made incredible gains under their new leader Justin Trudeau, how the Senate scandal ate away at Conservative support, and how the New Democrats managed in their first full year under Thomas Mulcair. Provincially, it looks at the ups and downs of every premier, how and why the polls were so wrong in British Columbia, why they did the job in Nova Scotia, and what they can tell us about the political situation in Ontario and Quebec as the provinces headed towards elections in 2014. "Tapping into the Pulse" also includes reference tables of polls released throughout 2013 from most of Canada's major pollsters, making it an invaluable resource. 

Title:Tapping into the Pulse: Political public opinion polling in Canada, 2013Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 28, 2014Publisher:IndieBookLauncher.comLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:192796704X

ISBN - 13:9781927967041

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Behind the numbers. A nice look at the numbers, and what the mean in the real world. Anyone who is interested to politic should read this book before looking at the next poll.
Date published: 2014-04-24