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  • It worries many in Labour ranks that as yet they have made no inroads into the Tory vote, but even so Curtice still gives Labour the winning edge.

    Vindication for Ed Miliband is in the air | Polly Toynbee

  • "Conservative voters see the government doing policies they largely expected—the Lib Dems have been associated with policies their voters did not expect and they feel let down," said John Curtice , professor of politics at the University of Strathclyde.

    U.K. Voters Reject, Twice, Government's Junior Partner

  • Still, for all his popularity, he hasn't been able to translate that into increased support for independence in the polls, said Mr. Curtice.

    Scottish Leader to Make the Case for Autonomy

  • One of Mr. Salmond's strengths is presenting a positive vision to voters, said John Curtice , a professor at the University of Strathclyde.

    Scottish Leader to Make the Case for Autonomy

  • "They are struggling because there is no one iconic thing that people can say, 'Ah yes, that's what the Lib Dems brought us,' " said John Curtice , professor of politics at Strathclyde University.

    U.K. Party Defends Its Coalition Role

  • In an election now, the leading psephologist Professor John Curtice reckons Labour could win outright.

    Vindication for Ed Miliband is in the air | Polly Toynbee

  • Irritated that publication had been postponed and that the book had consequently missed the lucrative Christmas market, he told Ann Watkins that he thought Curtice Hitchcock “a goddammed liar,” adding—with uncharacteristic diplomacy—that although he was through with the firm, there was “no point in being rude at this stage.”

    Storyteller

  • In June 1945, he had finally signed an agreement with the publisher Curtice Hitchcock to publish his collection of short stories, Over to You.

    Storyteller

  • Jugglers, people on stilts, old Scottish ales, highland dancing, caber tossing and of course giant screens giving us the thoughts of Brian Taylor and John Curtice throughout the night.

    Fiesta de Holyrood

  • I'm no John Curtice though, this is election analysis at its most crass!

    Prediction - South Scotland

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