Category Archive: 'News'

appendixes BREXIT

Sorry for delay – got a lot on. However I’m happy I’m on the right lines here with explaining WHY an individual voted REMAIN/LEAVE/STAY HOME based on the 5 Best-Worst Scaling questions. 99% prediction rate – perfect prediction of the “stay homes”. Looking good! Not yet sure how/if I will link to Party Membership and/or […]

Panel and platform thanks

This is just a “shout out” for the panel I used to access respondents – pureprofile – and the platform I used to host the survey – ConfirmIT. I used them virtually all the time when “learning the trade” in Sydney and their UK affiliates did me proud in the current EU study. This study […]

Guardian wrong again

The Guardian reports the supposed effects of BREXIT on different regions in the UK. Which type of BREXIT are we talking about? The regions voted for different types. Appendix to my population survey to follow in next day or so showing what type of BREXIT each one wants most…. And they must certainly do not […]

East Midlands least racist region

Quite proud of being a Nottinghamian today. The raw scores for the 12 regions show that the East Midlands: Is the only one with a positive “most-minus-least”  immigration score – so the only one in which the EU immigration policy was regarded positively, on average; Is the least in favour of the EU budget; Is […]

so LEAVE won anyway

All that song and dance. And LEAVE won anyway – just with 51.0% of the total eligible voting population rather than the 51.8% of the population who turned up to vote. Can we move on now please? No poor losers please……I need to do some follow-up data analysis but I don’t think this was racism […]

LEAVE still wins on 100% turnout – official

Well my analysis is complete and the result is clear. My report – TF_CHOICES_EU_REFERENDUM_report_2017_03_23_WMARK shows that 100% turnout would have led to exactly the same result – the UK voting to LEAVE the European Union. The vote changes – a tiny bit – LEAVE goes down from 51.8% to 51.0%. However, there is a GENUINE […]

BWS book published

Louviere, J.J.; Flynn, T.N.; Marley, A.A.J., “Best-Worst Scaling: Theory, Methods and Applications”, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge It is now published! Many years of toil are over. Now read it and commission me for work 😉

highly efficient designs are not the bees knees

Statistical efficiency v cognitive efficiency  I was reminded yesterday of a study I am part of. In fact, I am/was effectively chief investigator (A) on it, since I was given full control over the design of “that half” of the study sample. Thus, for the purposes of this post, I refer to that half over […]

UK rest of EU and Aus contact

Although all web traffic is directed to my UK site (.co.uk) please note in correspondence I use the .com version. Please also note I can also be contacted via a number registered in NSW: +61 (0)2 8006 0907