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    Is that really a newsworthy headline?

    Posted by The Outsider on 25/6/2024, 9:32:38

    A more relevant headline would be that only 58 per cent of the 30000 Telegraph readers surveyed think that Labour will win the election. Whilst Reform are picking up votes, I find it astonishing that 21 per cent of those surveyed think that they will actually win the election.

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/other/telegraph-readers-forecast-labour-will-win-the-general-election/ar-BB1oNNlC?ocid=msedgntp&pc=U531&cvid=6c658ab17f7f441f905f8677428980a4&ei=9

      Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

      Posted by Godders on 25/6/2024, 12:38:00, in reply to "Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

      Good grief.

        Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

        Posted by 😆 on 25/6/2024, 10:25:10, in reply to "Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

        A paper for the unhinged.

        Not shocked at all.

          Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

          Posted by Vladimir Luton on 25/6/2024, 11:56:39, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

          Agree. The Telegraph has gone down a peculiar route over the last couple of years. It's political section is almost a parody now.

            Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

            Posted by #thickelectorate on 25/6/2024, 12:37:59, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

            Agreed. Zero surprise.

            I can't wait for the post election analysis. I would lump on that Reform voters will take over from the tories as the party with the lowest educational qualifications. Remember, in previous elections Ipsos Mori research revealed that the higher the educational qualifications you possess, the least likely are to vote Tory. Watch that change to Reform.

              Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

              Posted by Depressed Deidre on 25/6/2024, 12:59:18, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

              The Tories have traditionally succeeded in the Shire constituencies, which tend to be affluent with low(ish) crime rates.

              Labour strongholds are normally the crime-ridden inner cities with higher levels of "deprivation".

              Doesn't really add up does it?

                Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                Posted by #thickelectorate on 25/6/2024, 13:15:56, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                You're oversimplifying it and it's not my research matey. But if you want to challenge those well respected researchers then feel free. I think I'd trust their knowledge rather than yours if you don't mind.

                  Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                  Posted by Depressed Deirdre on 25/6/2024, 13:29:42, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                  So you are continually parroting something you don't understand and can't explain.

                  Well done you, go to the top of the class.

                    Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                    Posted by #thickelectorate on 25/6/2024, 14:05:00, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                    Seems like I understand it far better than you! After all I didn't even say that I didn't understand or can't explain it. In fact I really can. But I simply said that you're over simplifying it.

                      Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                      Posted by Depressed Deidre on 25/6/2024, 14:38:59, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                      Well, let's have your explanation then.

                        Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                        Posted by #thickelectorate on 25/6/2024, 14:59:45, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                        I'll be brief as I doubt you'll bother responding and got better things to do with my time.

                        Over the last 30, 40, 50 years or so wealthy people have moved to the country rather than stay in cities. They have children who are privileged. Privileged children do much better financially, but not necessarily educationally, than those born in poorer families due to the appallingly low levels of social mobility.

                        Obviously it's more nuanced than that but hopefully that'll give you something to start your thinking.

                          Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                          Posted by Depressed Deidre on 25/6/2024, 15:18:00, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                          Yep, that's cleared it up nicely!

                            Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                            Posted by #thickelectorate on 25/6/2024, 15:35:57, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                            I'm going to have to spell it out for you aren't I? You are clearly one of the #thickelectorate if you don't understand the role of privilege and social mobility.

                    Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?

                    Posted by Nearly a Genius on 25/6/2024, 13:57:10, in reply to "Re: Is that really a newsworthy headline?"

                    No, hes quoting Ipsos Mori, a respected polling analyst.

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