After listening to Anthony Reuben’s talk at the Royal Statistical Society conference in Belfast, I thought much about “what we could do without”.
A oft-confusing phrase seen in articles and discussions of opinion polling is ‘polling at’. This article looks at problems with this phrase.
The author Owen Jones stated on Twitter:
Two numbers would haunt [a Tory] every single day: 24. That’s the percentage Labour was polling at the beginning of the 2017 general election campaign.