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Sunday, 15 July 2007

Monitoring Election Polls

One of the goals of this blog will be to monitor the results of election polls. I will try to provide the results of each poll as it becomes available, plus provide trends of how each candidate is doing.

All graphs are auto-updated as new polls become available.

Below you can find the trends of the polls for round 1 and all scenarios of round 2. In calculating these trends two steps were followed:

  • The date of the poll is the last day of its data collection. For example if a poll was run from 10-15 of June then the date of poll displayed on the graphs is 15th of June.
  • Undecided vote was distributed to each of the four candidates as a share of their decided vote.
Latest PollsRound 1 Poll Trends



Round 2 Poll Trends

Papadopoulos vs Kasoulidis



Papadopoulos vs Christofias



Christofias vs Kasoulidis


16 comments:

George Georghiou - Experianced negotiator said...

Tassos is the only man we should trust, and the only man qualified to represent Cyprus in new negotiations for a just and fair Cyprus resolution. His experience, quick thinking and constitutional knowledge will ensure Cyprus has a fighting chance at the table! He is the man the turks fear the most!

Andreas Irodotou said...

Tassos must be for other 5 years o president of our country. He is the only person that they will not make some bad for our country! So we must elective tassos for another 5 years. I can not understand the real reason about the desicion of AKEL!!! Papadopoulos is our man VOTE TASSOS

Hadjihalloumis said...

If he is so experienced in negotiations, then why has he avoided them since the "No" and why didn't he use his "talent" to improve the plan or get out of the referendum?

Tassos personifies the past. He divides the people and tries to scare them with exaggerated evaluations of the situtation. As long as he is president forget the solution. And forget the North part of Cyprus while you are it it.

George said...

Not avoiding just pausing...You never go back to the table to quick - let them get emotional first! The Annan plan was not a good base to start from and the turks were the ones not negotiating! Now they want EU then they have to come to the table. Who do you think would have done a better job DISY? (US agenda $$$) or AKEL? (would have given everything away!)

George said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UWy_KiJ20M

here is a man that talks sense...

Marios said...

Tassos is a figure of the past, dividing the cyprus people in patriots and not. Unfortunately some people here do not seem to learn from the mistakes of the past. Cyprus does not need a president who has failed in every aspect of foreign policy. Cyprus needs good patriots not nationalistic extremists

Code of Ethics said...

A piece of advice.
Start your vertical axis from 20%, not 0 as it stands now making your chart messy.

Also I think you should exclude results given selectively by candidates campaign organisations (eg Symmetron). The violate every code of reporting and their purpose is to create impressions, not to inform the public.

nafigeiimouxla said...

Tora pou den simferoun oi deimoskopiseis o ipefthinos tis selidas paretise na ta ananeonei.
Oi teleytaies tou prosthikes itan i "dimoskopisi" tou epiteleiou tou Tassou kai i "dimoskopisi" tou call center tou Ypourgou Paideias.
Os to Flevari exei dyo mines ki aftoi ta paratisan apo tora!!

Panayiotis Zaphiris said...

nafigeiimouxla

pistevoume oti exoume oles tis dnmoskopiseis pou exouv dnmosievthei stov kypriako typo. An exeis kapoia dnmoskopisn ipopsiv sou, evnmerose mas kai tha tnv prosthesoume kai ekeivn.

Panayiotis Zaphiris said...

Code of ethics

thanks for your comment.

our policy is to publish every single polls that is published in the Cyprus media and is made known to us.

We do credit our source and provide a link to the original article that describes the poll. That way everyone can judge and decide about its credibility.

In the same way we include the results from Symetron (from Papadopoulo's camp) we also provide the results of Metron Analysis (does polling for DISI), Insight Market research (does polling for Kasoulidis' camp) and GPO (internal polls for Christofias camp).

We believe that by providing ALL the polls we give the chance to our readers to make their own judgements. This website avoids providing a judgement or a prediction, it just provides an analysis of ALL polls.

Thanks for the suggestion about the axis. Unfortunately the tool (zoho.com) we use to automatically create the graphs does not allow us to adjust the axis. Using an alternative tool will mean that we will have to do a lot of extra work the time for which we don't have at the moment. But we acknowledge that indeed adjusting the axis would have made things clearer. Also the x axis although chronological it is not fully proportional. We acknowledge that as a weakness too.

Yiorkos said...

It is sad that at a critical time in our history we are so divided. It used to be two camps now it is three camps. The winner and losers have a big responsibility to keep the people united after the election and over the next few critical years and not to turn us into a new Palestine.

Hadjihalloumis said...

Yiorko,

I think it's actually better to have 3 groups than just 2 groups. It allows for more views to be presented since most issues are not black or white.

The sad part however is the use of fanaticism to make people maintain their allegiance to a certain group. Unfortunately, as Marios said, some people don't learn from the divisions of the past and their consequences.

Howard said...

PERCEPTION IS NOT NECESSARILY REALITY ... DON'T BELIEVE THE POLLS ...
Obama supporters act as if the polls are a true reflection of what's going to happen on November 4th. Obama has consistently tried to win each of his elections prior to a single vote being cast, by eliminating his opponenets on technicalities, or having the DNC dump Hillary, or by giving the false impression that he already won, before the election has even taken place. When you don't have an actual record to run on ... and all you can do is point out problems, and blame others, as Obama has, you have to rely on gimmicks that have nothing to do with your actual ability to lead ... like accusations of racism ad nauseam ... like early voting ...busing and indoctrinating homeless people on the way to the polls ... photo ops with big crowds ... spending 4 to 1 on advertising ... having the media in the tank ... having Hollywood in the tank, having Acorn in the tank ... and, having 98% of all black voters in the tank. But, all of these things are nothing more than a fabricated perception. They have nothing to do with a person's experience, or ability to lead. They just reveal a candidate who will say, or do anything to get elected. That's why the Obamabots are so worried. That's why Obama is telling his disciples not to get over confident. That's why the Obama campaign tries real hard to make it look like Obama has already won ... just like they did in the run against Hillary in the primaries. I happen to believe there are legions of people who are going to vote for McCain on November 4th ... unlike the 'in your face' Obama supporters, November 4th is when the McCain supporters will express themselves. A vote for Obama is a vote for voter fraud, corrupt media, and a road to socialism. Keep America safe and strong, elect McCain/Palin on November 4th.

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