Political Junkie Home Launches Monday

Guido is looking forward to the launch of PoliticsHome for one reason, it promises to make political reporting a numbers game, like U.S. sports reporting or financial news. Anyway in a cunning ruse to get coverage they are giving an insight into the kind of numbers they are polling daily from their politically balanced “insider” panel.

They are selectively giving tasters of their polling results out for us to nibble on, today it is Guido’s turn to discover that:

5% of insiders think “the British political system is not in any need of any significant reform”.

The other 95% breakdown as follows:


  • It would benefit from some constitutional tweaks, but no more: 32%


  • We need to make some fundamental, far-reaching reforms: 50%


  • We need something like a revolution in our conception of how British democracy should work 12%


  • None of these 2%

That 5% must be crackers. Guido would like the reporting of politics to be more like a blood sport…



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