Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat president, called for the Coalition’s controversial plans to bring in university tuition fees to be torn up.September 21, 2011 No Comments
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Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrat president, called for the Coalition’s controversial plans to bring in university tuition fees to be torn up.
September 21, 2011 No Comments
Competition for students, easier entry for private providers and calls for more information from Universities cause controversy. Read More…
July 1, 2011 No Comments
When I joined OpinionPanel I was keen to know about two aspects of the business. First, how effective is an online panel of students and graduates as a means to providing access and reach to the student population and second how accurate is the data collected via an on-line survey? I am relieved to report [...]
January 31, 2011 No Comments
Research conducted by OpinionPanel has been documented on the Channel 4 News website.The article starts: “Students turn against the Liberal Democrats and embrace Labour as opposition mounts to the Coalition Government’s plan to treble university tuition fees.OpinionPanel poll of students has found that just 11 per cent of those eligible to vote would back the [...]
December 15, 2010 4 Comments
At the beginning of the election campaign, prior to the leadership debates, student support was split between the three main parties. 27% intended to vote Lib Dem, compared with 30% Conservative and 32% Labour.
December 5, 2010 No Comments
Research carried out by OpinionPanel has been mentioned in a Channel 4 news online article.
November 30, 2010 No Comments
This story was prepared by press agency London Media based on fieldwork conducted by OpinionPanel using our Student Omnibus Survey. The majority of students in the UK feel betrayed by Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats over rising tuition fees, according to damning new figures. A new survey shows 73 per cent of university students [...]
November 25, 2010 25 Comments
There are a variety of far-fetched rumours, that quite uncomfortably for some, may be true. These rumours are about the ongoing review of higher education funding, led by Lord Browne with one of the suggestions being that from 2013 there will be a £1,000 increase in tuition fees annually. This increase will continue until students [...]
October 4, 2010 10 Comments
The impact of the Leader Debates on the student vote has been nothing short of remarkable. Between the start of the current general election campaign and the second Leader Debate, student support for the Liberal Democrats increased by 23 percentage points, making them as popular as the Labour and Conservative votes combined. Opinionpanel’s latest polling [...]
May 6, 2010 1 Comment
Here’s another one of our occasional newsletters reporting on the world of student research. This newsletter covers the student vote, upcoming changes to tuition fees and our wonderful team!
May 5, 2010 No Comments