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survation have shown a steady position for the last couple of months, but there’s an obvious contrast in terms of what that position is – yougov have a steady small tory lead, survation are showing the parties steadily neck-and-neck. as i’ve said before, there’s not an obvious methodological reason for this (while survation have a very distinct sampling approach to their phone polls, this is an online poll and their online polls use broadly similar methods to yougov, icm and other companies, so there’s no obvious reason for differing results). full tabs for the survation poll are here . meanwhile yougov’s scottish voting intentions are westminster: con 27%(+4), lab 23%(-5), ldem 7%(+1), snp 40%(+4) holyrood constituency: con 27%(+1), lab 22%(-1), ldem 6%(-1), snp 41%(+3) holyrood regional: con 26%(+1), lab 21%(-1), ldem 7%(nc), snp 32%(nc). changes here are since the previous scottish yougov poll, way back in january. there is very little movement in holyrood support, but in scotland the conservatives have moved back into second place. full tabs for the scottish poll are here . tweet filed under: survation , voting intention , yougov 562 comments » why the polls were wrong in 2017 7 jun 2018 it is year since the 2017 general election. i am sure lots of people will be writing a lot of articles looking back at the election itself and the year since, but i thought i’d write a something about the 2017 polling error, something that has gone largely unexamined compared to the 2015 error. the polling companies themselves have all carried out their own internal examinations and reported to the bpc, and the bpc will be putting out a report based on that in due course. in the meantime, here are my own personal thoughts about the wider error across the industry. the error in 2017 wasn’t the same as 2015 . most casual observers of polls will probably have lumped the errors of 2015 and 2017 in together, and seen 2017 as just “the polls getting it wrong again”. in fact the nature of the error in 2017 was completely different to that in 2015. it would be wrong to say they are unconnected – the cause of the 2017 errors was often pollsters trying to correct the error of 2015 – but the way the polls were wrong was completely different. to understand the difference between the errors in 2015 and the errors in 2017 it helps to think of polling methodology as being divided into two bits. the first is the sample – the way pollsters try to get respondents who are representative of the public, be that through their sampling itself or the weights they apply afterwards. the second is the adjustments they make to turn that sample into a measure of how people would actually vote, how they model things like turnout and accounting for people who say don’t know, or refuse to answer. in 2015, the polling industry got the first of those wrong, and the second right (or at least, the second of those wasn’t the cause of the error). the sturgis inquiry into the 2015 polling error looked at every possible cause of error, and decided that the polls had samples that were not representative. while they didn’t think the way pollsters predicted turnout was based on strong enough evidence and recommended improvements there too, they ruled it out as cause of the 2015 error. in 2017 it was the opposite situation. the polling samples themselves had pretty much the correct result to start with, showing only a small tory lead. more traditional approaches towards modelling turnout (which typically made only small differences) would have resulted in polls that only marginally overstated the tory lead. the large errors we saw in 2017 were down to the more elaborate adjustments that pollsters had introduced. if you had stripped away all the attempts aimed at modelling turnout, don’t knows and suchlike (as in the table below) then the underlying samples the pollsters were working with would have got the conservative lead over labour about right: what did pollsters do that 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