The Ipsos MORI Election 2019 Podcast

In our 2019 General Election podcast series, Keiran Pedley and guests analyse the polls and election campaign activity and ask: Who's up? And who's down? And what should we be looking out for in the next week?

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Episode 7: 10th December 2019

In the final Ipsos MORI elections podcast before the election, Keiran Pedley sits down with Ipsos MORI Chief Executive Ben Page and asks what we should be expecting and looking out for ahead of Thursday’s vote.

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Episode 6: 5th December 2019

On the latest Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Anand Menon, Director of the think tank UK in a Changing Europe. They look forward to the last week of campaigning - and what might happen after the election.

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Episode 5: 5th December 2019

On the latest Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Emily Gray, Managing Director of Ipsos MORI Scotland and Mure Dickie, Scotland Correspondent for the Financial Times, to discuss the state of play in Scotland ahead of the coming General Election and what the polls say about the prospect for another Independence referendum (and who would win).

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Episode 4: 29th November 2019

It's Episode 4 of the Ipsos MORI Election Podcast, and Keiran Pedley is joined by Asa Bennett, of The Telegraph and author of the book Romanifesto.

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Episode 3: 27th November 2019

It's Episode 3 of the Ipsos MORI Election Podcast, and Keiran Pedley is joined by John Burn-Murdoch, senior data visualisation journalist of the Financial Times and Paula Surridge, Political Sociologist at University of Bristol.

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Episode 2: 22nd November 2019

It's Episode 2 of the Ipsos MORI Election Podcast, and Keiran Pedley is joined by Dan Sabbagh election psephologist for The Guardian and Tom Rowley who writes about Britain for The Economist.

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Episode 1: 13th November 2019

On the first ever episode of the Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Katy Balls of The Spectator and Ryan Shorthouse of the independent conservative think tank Bright Blue.
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  • Keiran Pedley Public Affairs

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