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Joe Twyman's Seminar on Europe, the European Elections and the Rise of Ukip

13 May 2014

Joe Twyman - Fruitcakes, Loonies, Closet racists and Winners?: Europe, the European Elections and the Rise of UKIP

Joe Twyman, Head of Political and Social Research at Britain’s leading pollsters YouGov discussed Europe, the European Elections and the Rise of Ukip, what the data is showing and what it all might mean for both the European Elections in 2014 and also the General Election in 2015. Please find below the slides from the event. The video will be online as soon as possible.

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