By Sean Dunn (originally published on Nepa)
On April 17 the UK House of Lords Committee on Political Polling and Digital Media released a report on polling in the United Kingdom. The Committee took action in response to what it perceived as polling errors in two UK general elections and in the Brexit referendum.
While you can read the full report here, we asked Adam Philllps, who has chaired the ESOMAR Professional Standards and the Legal and Government Affairs Committees, to give us his assessment of what the report means.
At this year’s first ESOMAR Foundation “Making a Difference” Competition we received a large number of entries – all of which of great value and relevance for highlighting and promoting how the best of research has made a significant difference to Not-For-Profits.