At Telegraph Blogs (via NTAH)
Charlie Beckett from Polis makes some of the same points made here.
Early reports are suggesting that the Irish have rejected the Lisbon Treaty on a lowish turnout of 40% – low turnouts help the No campaign because their supporters are generally more likely to vote. The leader of the Libertas group (one of the anti-treaty campaign organisations) is quoted in the London Times as saying: The […]
It’s very well-known, but if you haven’t come across it, I can heartily recommend Electoral-vote.comÂ for polling numbers on the US Presidential and Congressional elections.
The Issy e-democracy forum newsletter picks up onÂ a decisionÂ by the Dutch government to steer away from electronic voting in favour of machine-read paper ballots.