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FINAL REPORT – UK General Election 08/06/17

Twenty teams made up of 73 observers made up in teams of 2, 3 or 4, who were registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 642 separate observations in 507 … Continue reading

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INTERIM REPORT – UK General Election 08/06/17

Twenty teams made up of 73 observers made up in teams of 2, 3 or 4, who were registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 650 separate observations in 485 polling stations across the United Kingdom. … Continue reading

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FINAL REPORT – Lancashire County Council Elections (Pendle) 04/05/17

A team of four observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 33 separate observations in 29 different polling stations across Pendle. Each observation teams was split into pairs to allow for objective … Continue reading

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FINAL REPORT – Surrey County Council Elections (Woking) 04/05/17

A team of three observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 44 separate observations in 31 different polling stations across Woking. Each observation teams was split into pairs to … Continue reading

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FINAL REPORT – West of England Mayoral Election (Bristol) 04/05/17

A team of four observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 73 separate observations in 52 different polling stations across Bristol. Each observation teams was split into pairs to allow for objective … Continue reading

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SPECIAL REPORT – Netherlands Parliamentary Elections 15/03/17

The Dutch parliamentary elections this week were of particular interest to the international media to assess whether the apparent rise of populism in the West might be continued with the success of … Continue reading

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FINAL REPORT – Northern Ireland Assembly Elections 02/03/17

A team of 5 observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 74 separate observations in polling stations across the North Down, Strangford and Belfast East constituencies. This constituted 34.7% of the polling … Continue reading

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