- adj. Of or pertaining to psephology.
“The election again - psephological/geographical anorakery”
“Cut out from the trading, Labour filibustered the legislation, even though its own manifesto had promised a plebiscite on AV.Now, I happen to be one of those obsessed with the rules, and as such I see AV as worthwhile because it resolves the psephological tussle between heart and head.”
“But it's one of many polls showing a close race, a Democratic incumbent in danger in a place where just about nobody in the political psephological inside community had expected to see.”
“A psephological interlude - Splintered Sunrise ha-tip to Mick Fealty: why STV is too good”
“In this pell-mell gallop to the finish, Cameron himself projects a weird normality? is it possible that he likes campaigning?? and says repeatedly, as if in the grip of psephological superstition, that he does not "take anything for granted".”
“Today he publishes a psephological analysis which he says supports his belief that those who deserted the party for the Tories at the last election were not high-earning voters but the less well-off; Labour's erstwhile "core" voters have now become "swing" voters.”
“Huhne opened with an entertaining blast at political correspondents, who, he said, were only surprised by the success of the Lib Dems because they were too innumerate to understand the psephological trends that have seen the third party vote steadily increasing over the last 40 years.”
“Is it Mr Boothroyd's "psephological impossibility" one again?”
“Actually the most interesting bit of psephological anorakery about this year's election so far is Crooked Timber's piece on the time zone biases of the candidates.”
“How this plays out in terms of seats won and lost is outwith my psephological capacity.”
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