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The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 1
Death of
Polling?
The
#ipsosmorilive
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 2
Ben Page, Ipsos MORI
Agenda
Julia Clark, Ipsos USA
David Ahlin, Ipsos Sweden
Nando...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 3
Ben Page
Ipsos MORI
ben.page@ipsos.com
#ipsosmorilive
4The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
Sadly not everywhere looks like this …
Average candidate error in US Presidential ...
5The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
There’s a global
Ipsos has carried out election
conversation going
on about pollin...
6The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
And pollsters all around the world are
How do we achieve a
representative sample?
...
7The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
... although our answers
Size/diversity of population
Turnout levels/compulsory vo...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 8
UK
experience
The
9The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
British Polling Council
Selection of samples
(their main explanation)
Representati...
10The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
Our final poll – all parties less than 2% points away
How would you vote if there...
11The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
‘Shy Tories’ not our problem – instead too
How would you vote if there were a Gen...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 12
Ipsos MORI’s view:
We need to take a two-pronged approach
– tackle the problem of...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 13
Ipsos MORI’s view:
Healthy scepticism
not the death of polling
14The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
We need to improve representation of
No easy answers to this
(especially bearing ...
15The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
Random samples after election though do not appear
to be hugely more representati...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 16
The Death of Polling?
So much more than
a horse race
17The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
So much more
richness in the
polls to help
us understand
public opinion
18The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
Not to mention giving voters a
chance to express their views
19The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
Or using twitter analytics to get live, real-time reactions
to the big events: 23...
20The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public
And using new digital techniques to get closer to voters
7426
posts across
340 fo...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 21
Julia Clark
Ipsos USA
julia.clark@ipsos.com
#ipsosmorilive
THE THEME IS:
More Data Than Ever
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Current US Political Polling Methodologies
PHONE
RDD
Lists
IVR (Robo)
TRADITIONAL
ONLINE
Probability
Panel Only
Lists
Blen...
Great Variation Among Pollsters
2
5
Constantly
Changing
Questionnaire
(daily)
Election
Day ‘Exit
Poll’ of
40,000
Voters
Continual Survey: 11,000/month (24/7/3...
A VERY QUICK
WORD ON THE US
ELECTION…
ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT THEME:
But Differential Framing of Problems & Causes
The rich are to blame
Middle Class Economics
Ameri...
Trump & Sanders are the Response
17%
5% 5% 6%
13%
3% 3%
29%
19%
Trump
Cruz
Carson
Otheroutsiders(Paul,
Fiorina,etc)
Establ...
Political Fundamentals Speak to a Republican Year
65% 60% 55% 50% 45% 40% 35%
Government Approval Rating
OddsofWinning
Inc...
… AND LOW TURNOUT BENEFITS THE REPUBLICANS TOO
Source: Reuters / Ipsos Poll; Sept-Oct 2014
30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65%...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 33
Nando Pagnoncelli
Ipsos Italy
nando.pagnoncelli@ipsos.com
#ipsosmorilive
34 © 2015 Ipsos.
THE PREDOMINANCE OF COMPLEXITY
THE ELECTORAL SCENARIO IN ITALY - 2013
169 parties and
movements
2
35 © 2015 Ipsos.
A GAME CHANGER EFFECT
THE EVOLUTION OF THE ELECTOR
ELECTORATES become fluid, reactive to the political of...
36 © 2015 Ipsos.
A GAME CHANGER EFFECT
MOVIMENTO 5 STELLE
in 2013 we experienced a political earthquake or, a tsunami
4
37 © 2015 Ipsos.
A GAME CHANGER EFFECT
MOVIMENTO 5 STELLE
… with victims, politicians …
… and pollster alike
they got a sh...
38 © 2015 Ipsos.
EVERYBODY BECAME A POLLING EXPERT, except the experts
THE POLLSTERS UNDER ACCUSATION
Discussions went on ...
39 © 2015 Ipsos.
Tecnè Demos Ipsos
diff vs. actual results
RIVOLUZIONE CIVILE 0,9% 0,9% 1,0%
SEL 0,0% 0,4% 0,4%
PD 4,9% 3,...
40 © 2015 Ipsos.
BUT SOME WERE MORE ACCURATE THAN OTHERS
THE POLLSTERS UNDER ACCUSATION
WHAT WENT RIGHT WHY IT WENT RIGHT
...
41 © 2015 Ipsos.
THE PREDOMINANCE OF MADNESS
THE POLLSTERS CHALLENGE
Our stakeholders show a schizophrenic attitude
• one ...
42 © 2015 Ipsos.
THE FlashForward Effect
THE POLLSTERS CHALLENGE
… and everyone acted consequently.
Polls act as an activa...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 43
David Ahlin
Ipsos Sweden
david.ahlin@ipsos.com
#ipsosmorilive
2,9
(2006)
5,7
(2010)
12,9
(2014)
0
10
20
30
Electoral support for the Sweden Democrats 2006-2016
2006 2010 2014
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30
60
Left-Right Parties Election 2006 Left-Right Parties February 2016
From two political blocks to three – in ten years
Immigration most pressing issue and Voter support
for Sweden Democrats
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20
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40
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June-2010 Ju...
Immigration most pressing issue and google searches
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Voter support Sweden ...
49 © 2015 Ipsos.
The state of polling 2016
SWEDEN
Social effects /
Interviewer effects
Higher share of non-
response in st...
The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 50
Darrell Bricker
Ipsos Canada
darrell.bricker@ipsos.com
#ipsosmorilive
51 © 2015 Ipsos.
Ipsos Final Poll vs. Actual Election Results—National
ELECTION DEBRIEF
Ipsos Final Poll Election Results
...
52 © 2015 Ipsos.
Online/Telephone Research (Call Poll)
ELECTION DEBRIEF
2 waves consisting of minimum sample sizes of:
1/3...
53 © 2015 Ipsos.
Call Poll Sample Breakdown
ELECTION DEBRIEF
Base: Final Call Poll (Total n=2,503; Online n=1,502; CATI n=...
54 © 2015 Ipsos.
What We Learned
54 © 2015 Ipsos.
55 © 2015 Ipsos.
Lessons Learned and Next Steps
ELECTION DEBRIEF
Mixed mode methods show promise.
Ipsos will continue to e...
56 © 2015 Ipsos.
Lessons Learned and Next Steps
ELECTION DEBRIEF
Online and offline methods consistently under and over-es...
57 © 2015 Ipsos.
Lessons Learned and Next Steps
ELECTION DEBRIEF
LIKELY VOTER ESTIMATES,
while logically attractive,
work ...
58 © 2015 Ipsos.
Likely Voter Model
A REGRESSION MODEL BASED ON…
PAST BEHAVIOUR
INTENT TO VOTE
INTEREST IN ELECTION
59 © 2015 Ipsos.
Final Weighted Call Poll by Likely Voter
ELECTION DEBRIEF
38%
37%
37%
37%
37%
31%
32%
32%
33%
32%
22%
22%...
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The spotlight is on pollsters in the UK, following the performance of the polls at the 2015 General Election. Are we alone in facing this challenge, or is it a global issue? Does the experience in other countries point to what we should be doing in the UK?

Ipsos has many of the leading polling experts from around the world, and we brought them together in London to provide unique combined insight. Our panel members from the US, Canada, Italy and Sweden talked us through the role and challenges of polling in their countries and what we need to do to get it right. They also updated us on the political landscape of their countries, with outlines of the major elections they have recently had, and in the case of the US, the on-going race to the White House.

The Death of Polling?

  1. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 1 Death of Polling? The #ipsosmorilive
  2. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 2 Ben Page, Ipsos MORI Agenda Julia Clark, Ipsos USA David Ahlin, Ipsos Sweden Nando Pagnoncelli, Ipsos Italy Darrell Bricker, Ipsos Canada Q&A
  3. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 3 Ben Page Ipsos MORI ben.page@ipsos.com #ipsosmorilive
  4. 4The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public Sadly not everywhere looks like this … Average candidate error in US Presidential Elections (INDIV CAND SHARE) 1936 6% 1.5% 2012
  5. 5The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public There’s a global Ipsos has carried out election conversation going on about polling polling in c30 countries since 2007
  6. 6The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public And pollsters all around the world are How do we achieve a representative sample? How do we predict turnout accurately? having to face up to hard questions How do we make best use of the increasing range of methodologies open to us? How do we ensure our polls are reported well and understood among the media, politicians and the public?How do we avoid other biases, such as social desirability?
  7. 7The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public ... although our answers Size/diversity of population Turnout levels/compulsory voting Stable party system or new insurgents? Generational declines in party loyalty Societal/cultural context Media expectations vs budgets and levels of polling transparency? Survey researchers or moving towards big data modelling? National polls vs local/state-level polling? Traditional face-to-face methods vs new or mixed modes? And in any one country likely to be good and bad examples of each! may be very different!
  8. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 8 UK experience The
  9. 9The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public British Polling Council Selection of samples (their main explanation) Representativeness of sample (key among explanations) Correction for likelihood of voting (less important) Late swing (some signs, but not that important) Herding (unproven) Inquiry Interim findings
  10. 10The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public Our final poll – all parties less than 2% points away How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow? from actual – except Labour, overestimated 36% 35% 11% 5% 8% 5% Ipsos MORI final poll GB final result Conservative lead = +1 Conservative lead = +6.5 CONSERVATIVE LABOUR UKIP GREEN LIB DEM OTHER 37.7% 31.2% 12.9% 3.8% 8.1% 6.4%
  11. 11The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public ‘Shy Tories’ not our problem – instead too How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow? many Labour voters and not enough non-voters Conservatives Labour Non voters 11.3m 12.5m 9.3m 12.2m 20.5m 15.4m Actual Implied from final poll
  12. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 12 Ipsos MORI’s view: We need to take a two-pronged approach – tackle the problem of more politically engaged taking part and also making sure we can detect differential shift in turnout over-claim between parties
  13. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 13 Ipsos MORI’s view: Healthy scepticism not the death of polling
  14. 14The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public We need to improve representation of No easy answers to this (especially bearing in mind budget and time Constraints) politically disengaged/non-voters in our samples Already introduced newspaper weighting (for example to reduce proportion of broadsheet readers). In four months from September to December 2015 this: • Reduced the proportion of claimed likely voters by an average of 3 percentage points a month • Primarily at the expense of the Labour share (down on average by 3 points, Conservatives up by 1.75 points) But will continue other experiments (for example changes in quotas, and so on)
  15. 15The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public Random samples after election though do not appear to be hugely more representative than our quota ones Election result Final telephone polls (average) Final Ipsos MORI poll British Social Attitudes British Election Study1 Ipsos MORI post- GE past vote (June-July) Voting intentions2 Difference from result Voting intentions Difference from result Report of vote Difference from result Report of vote Difference from result Report of vote Difference from result % % % % % % Con. 37.7 34.5 -3.2 36 -1.7 39.7 +2.0 40.6 +2.9 37.9 +0.2 Labour 31.2 34.3 +3.1 35 +3.8 33.6 +2.4 32.7 +1.5 32.5 +1.3 Other parties 31.2 31.2 0.0 29 -2.2 26.7 -4.5 26.7 -4.5 29.6 -1.6
  16. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 16 The Death of Polling? So much more than a horse race
  17. 17The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public So much more richness in the polls to help us understand public opinion
  18. 18The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public Not to mention giving voters a chance to express their views
  19. 19The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public Or using twitter analytics to get live, real-time reactions to the big events: 239,000 tweets in the 2nd debate Twitter ‘worm’ – real time analysis of reaction to second leader debate (2,500+ per minute)
  20. 20The Death of Polling? Version 1 Public And using new digital techniques to get closer to voters 7426 posts across 340 forum topics c.2000 members from across the UK Over 7500 survey responses
  21. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 21 Julia Clark Ipsos USA julia.clark@ipsos.com #ipsosmorilive
  22. THE THEME IS:
  23. More Data Than Ever 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Jan-60 Dec-60 Nov-61 Oct-62 Sep-63 Aug-64 Jul-65 Jun-66 May-67 Apr-68 Mar-69 Feb-70 Jan-71 Dec-71 Nov-72 Oct-73 Sep-74 Aug-75 Jul-76 Jun-77 May-78 Apr-79 Mar-80 Feb-81 Jan-82 Dec-82 Nov-83 Oct-84 Sep-85 Aug-86 Jul-87 Jun-88 May-89 Apr-90 Mar-91 Feb-92 Jan-93 Dec-93 Nov-94 Oct-95 Sep-96 Aug-97 Jul-98 Jun-99 May-00 Apr-01 Mar-02 Feb-03 Jan-04 Dec-04 Nov-05 Oct-06 Sep-07 Aug-08 Jul-09 Jun-10 May-11 Apr-12 Number of Polls per month - 1960 - 2013Number of Polls per Month – 1960 - 2013 17,058 polls in 2012
  24. Current US Political Polling Methodologies PHONE RDD Lists IVR (Robo) TRADITIONAL ONLINE Probability Panel Only Lists Blended NONTRADITIONAL ONLINE SurveyMonkey Google
  25. Great Variation Among Pollsters 2 5
  26. Constantly Changing Questionnaire (daily) Election Day ‘Exit Poll’ of 40,000 Voters Continual Survey: 11,000/month (24/7/365) Daily Assessing Events Same-Day (Parsing) 26 State-level polls (2k) with rolling reporting What Does Ipsos Do?
  27. A VERY QUICK WORD ON THE US ELECTION…
  28. ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT THEME: But Differential Framing of Problems & Causes The rich are to blame Middle Class Economics Americans First Restarting American Exceptionalism VS.
  29. Trump & Sanders are the Response 17% 5% 5% 6% 13% 3% 3% 29% 19% Trump Cruz Carson Otheroutsiders(Paul, Fiorina,etc) Establishment(Bush, Rubio,etc) Wouldn'tvote O'Malley Clinton Sanders Republicans (46%) Democrats (51%) 46% of Americans are supporting “nontraditional” candidates
  30. Political Fundamentals Speak to a Republican Year 65% 60% 55% 50% 45% 40% 35% Government Approval Rating OddsofWinning Incumbent Party’s Odds of Winning White House SUCCESSORS INCUMBENTS (2012)
  31. … AND LOW TURNOUT BENEFITS THE REPUBLICANS TOO Source: Reuters / Ipsos Poll; Sept-Oct 2014 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% 60% 65% 51 50 49 49 48 47 47 47 44 44 45 46 46 48 Republican Vote Democratic Vote 2012 TurnoutActual 2014 Turnout GenericCongressionalVoteShare Turnout Level (by Likely Voter Model) 2014 Generic Congressional Ballot by Turnout Levels
  32. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 33 Nando Pagnoncelli Ipsos Italy nando.pagnoncelli@ipsos.com #ipsosmorilive
  33. 34 © 2015 Ipsos. THE PREDOMINANCE OF COMPLEXITY THE ELECTORAL SCENARIO IN ITALY - 2013 169 parties and movements 2
  34. 35 © 2015 Ipsos. A GAME CHANGER EFFECT THE EVOLUTION OF THE ELECTOR ELECTORATES become fluid, reactive to the political offer, they lose their sense of belonging 2013 is the end of a 20-year period of almost perfect turnover between centre-left and centre-right, during which • neither coalition was in office for two turns in a row • voters switches between the two coalitions were residual 3
  35. 36 © 2015 Ipsos. A GAME CHANGER EFFECT MOVIMENTO 5 STELLE in 2013 we experienced a political earthquake or, a tsunami 4
  36. 37 © 2015 Ipsos. A GAME CHANGER EFFECT MOVIMENTO 5 STELLE … with victims, politicians … … and pollster alike they got a shock we got it wrong 5
  37. 38 © 2015 Ipsos. EVERYBODY BECAME A POLLING EXPERT, except the experts THE POLLSTERS UNDER ACCUSATION Discussions went on for weeks on the limits of polls  Methodologies  Sample size  Coverage  Bias  … were discussed and commented and criticised by anybody and all on TV, in newspapers, online forum, social networks, workplaces and cafés 6
  38. 39 © 2015 Ipsos. Tecnè Demos Ipsos diff vs. actual results RIVOLUZIONE CIVILE 0,9% 0,9% 1,0% SEL 0,0% 0,4% 0,4% PD 4,9% 3,7% 4,9% ALTRI CENTRO SINISTRA -0,4% -0,5% -0,4% TOTALE CENTROSINISTRA 4,5% 3,6% 4,9% CON MONTI PER L'ITALIA -0,9% 2,0% 0,4% UDC 0,8% 1,0% 0,7% FLI 0,0% 0,2% 0,2% TOTALE CENTRO -0,1% 3,2% 1,3% LEGA NORD 1,0% 1,2% -0,1% PDL -0,3% -1,5% -1,4% ALTRI CENTRO DESTRA -0,7% -0,7% 0,6% TOTALE CENTRODESTRA 0,0% -1,0% -0,9% MOVIMENTO 5 STELLE BEPPEGRILLO.IT -5,8% -6,6% -5,6% POLLSTERS WERE INACCURATE THE POLLSTERS UNDER ACCUSATION WHAT WENT WRONG WHY IT WENT WRONG For all the major agencies in Italy • overestimated the Democratic Party’s • underestimated the M5S result • No past voters behaviour on M5S, which is a key component of the weighting process • The difficulties of intercepting the potential M5S voters • reticence in centre-left supporters to declare their intention • last minute swing (25% estimated to have decided 2 days before) • A high refusal rate, affecting differently the various groups of respondents (10 contacts to get a valid interview) • Respondents lie 7
  39. 40 © 2015 Ipsos. BUT SOME WERE MORE ACCURATE THAN OTHERS THE POLLSTERS UNDER ACCUSATION WHAT WENT RIGHT WHY IT WENT RIGHT IPSOS correctly described the scenario • The high level of abstention (26,5%) • The dramatic growth of M5S • The victory of the centre-left at the Chamber of Deputies • The hung Senate • All the other parties’ results Because • A mixed sampling method was used • Sample sizes were large enough • We had been polling continuously – weekly, even daily – for a long time • We had a wealth of data • We had lots of analyses on targets, geographical areas, voters switch dynamics 8
  40. 41 © 2015 Ipsos. THE PREDOMINANCE OF MADNESS THE POLLSTERS CHALLENGE Our stakeholders show a schizophrenic attitude • one minute, they attack us, because we couldn’t predict the future as exactly as we are expected to • the minute after, they ask for data, comments, explanations, because they need our expertise in interpretation We would like to see expectations decrease, towards the predictive nature of our work but we know it’s inconceivable 9
  41. 42 © 2015 Ipsos. THE FlashForward Effect THE POLLSTERS CHALLENGE … and everyone acted consequently. Polls act as an activator of two powerful, contrasting forces in electors • Self-fulfilling prophecies vs. • Self-defeating prophecies “On October 6, the planet blacked out for two minutes and seventeen seconds. The whole world saw the future...” 10
  42. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 43 David Ahlin Ipsos Sweden david.ahlin@ipsos.com #ipsosmorilive
  43. 2,9 (2006) 5,7 (2010) 12,9 (2014) 0 10 20 30 Electoral support for the Sweden Democrats 2006-2016 2006 2010 2014
  44. 0 30 60 Left-Right Parties Election 2006 Left-Right Parties February 2016 From two political blocks to three – in ten years
  45. Immigration most pressing issue and Voter support for Sweden Democrats 5 8 13 20 20 40 6 7 9 12 14 17 0 20 40 June-2010 June-2014 Aug-2014 Jan-2015 Jun-2015 Jan-2016 Immigration/integration most pressing issue Voter support for the Sweden Democrats
  46. Immigration most pressing issue and google searches for “refugee” in Swedish 8 13 20 20 40 0 20 40 60 80 100 June-2014 Aug-2014 Jan-2015 June 2015 Jan-2016 Number of people say immigration/integration issues are most pressing issue The number of searches on the word ”Refugee” on Google in Swedish during the same time period
  47. 17.2 23.9 0 20 Average voter support Telephone based methods Average voter support Web based methods Voter support Sweden Democrats based on method of measurement Feb 2016
  48. 49 © 2015 Ipsos. The state of polling 2016 SWEDEN Social effects / Interviewer effects Higher share of non- response in strong Sweden Democrat regions From 45 % – 25 % in the last six years SOCIAL EFFECTS AND NON-RESPONSE DROPPING RESPONSE RATES Less than 50 per cent with younger Swedes Not a problem with seniors SAMPLE COVERAGE Telephone calls only for close friends and family? (Pew 2015) Web based and telephone based give different answers Transparency! Mobile first strategy? NEW BEHAVIORS NEW METHODS
  49. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 50 Darrell Bricker Ipsos Canada darrell.bricker@ipsos.com #ipsosmorilive
  50. 51 © 2015 Ipsos. Ipsos Final Poll vs. Actual Election Results—National ELECTION DEBRIEF Ipsos Final Poll Election Results 38% 40% 31% 32% 22% 20% 4% 5% 4% 4% Base: Final Call Poll (Decided Voters, Leaners Included n=2,226; Online n=1,328; CATI n=898) Weighting: 50/50 telephone/online, education, region, thumb
  51. 52 © 2015 Ipsos. Online/Telephone Research (Call Poll) ELECTION DEBRIEF 2 waves consisting of minimum sample sizes of: 1/3 1/3 1/3 Ampario Allocated Reallocated 1,000 Telephone Completes  1,000 Online OMNI  roughly: 40% cellphone 3-day field window   Sample blended together to create 4 quadrants: 1) telephone landline; 2) telephone cell; 3) online panel, and 4) online non-panel - Result somewhere in the middle… and KEY BENEFITS:  Telephone poll to act as a gut check on our online  greater confidence in our figures  Triangulation among various sample sources mitigates bias of any one methodology  Allows us to formulate a weighting scheme to mitigate panel bias
  52. 53 © 2015 Ipsos. Call Poll Sample Breakdown ELECTION DEBRIEF Base: Final Call Poll (Total n=2,503; Online n=1,502; CATI n=1,001) 16% 24% 13% 47% CATI Mobile CATI Landline Online Ampario Online Panel 60% Online 40% CATI
  53. 54 © 2015 Ipsos. What We Learned 54 © 2015 Ipsos.
  54. 55 © 2015 Ipsos. Lessons Learned and Next Steps ELECTION DEBRIEF Mixed mode methods show promise. Ipsos will continue to explore and share what we learn. Offset biases associated with specific modes of data collection with minimum weighting.
  55. 56 © 2015 Ipsos. Lessons Learned and Next Steps ELECTION DEBRIEF Online and offline methods consistently under and over-estimate specific demographic groups. Also, over and under-estimate specific voter mindsets. Evidence building that: …online overestimates progressive voters …telephone overestimates conservative voters.
  56. 57 © 2015 Ipsos. Lessons Learned and Next Steps ELECTION DEBRIEF LIKELY VOTER ESTIMATES, while logically attractive, work better in theory than in practice. What’s missing? How do we make them better?
  57. 58 © 2015 Ipsos. Likely Voter Model A REGRESSION MODEL BASED ON… PAST BEHAVIOUR INTENT TO VOTE INTEREST IN ELECTION
  58. 59 © 2015 Ipsos. Final Weighted Call Poll by Likely Voter ELECTION DEBRIEF 38% 37% 37% 37% 37% 31% 32% 32% 33% 32% 22% 22% 22% 22% 22% 4% 2% 2% 2% 3% 4% 5% 5% 5% 4% Final 55% Turnout 60% Turnout 65% Turnout 70% Turnout Liberals Conservative NDP Green Bloc Base: Final Call Poll (Online Total Decided Voters n=1,328; I-Say Allocated n=427; I-Say Re-Allocated n=624; Ampario n=277) Weighting: 50/50 telephone/online, education, region, thumb
  59. The Death of Polling Version 1 Public 60 Thanks for listening Q&A #ipsosmorilive
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The spotlight is on pollsters in the UK, following the performance of the polls at the 2015 General Election. Are we alone in facing this challenge, or is it a global issue? Does the experience in other countries point to what we should be doing in the UK? Ipsos has many of the leading polling experts from around the world, and we brought them together in London to provide unique combined insight. Our panel members from the US, Canada, Italy and Sweden talked us through the role and challenges of polling in their countries and what we need to do to get it right. They also updated us on the political landscape of their countries, with outlines of the major elections they have recently had, and in the case of the US, the on-going race to the White House.

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