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Is the Cadres Polling System Good for Barbados?

Submitted by Poor Barbados Clearly the answer is NO! As we are now suffering in Barbados under the DLP, it is clear the cadres pollsters played role in the DLP’s victory. I like many can’t seem to get over the unintentional or intentional impact we believe the cadres poll had on the outcome of the […]

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Stuart Winning the Leadership Race as E-Day Looms

Based on the most recent CADRES poll Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart is winning the leadership race. What must be of concern is that the Wickham poll was conducted before Minister of Agriculture David Estwick delivered one of the most powerful presentations of the campaign so far at the NCF on Friday night. How will this […]

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DLP Reality Check

Submitted by Porridgeboy It has been some time since I have made a contribution to the blog, but at this time I feel compelled to put pen to paper once again so as to state some facts.Since the May 5th and most recently the September 30th a political poll was published The member base of […]

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Dear Dear Me Maureen

Submitted by Old Onion Bags “Loose lips sink ships” Yesterday’s onslaught by CBC resident political analyst on TV Morning Barbados to denounce CADRES polls smacks on political opportunism. Since when was Maureen an experienced pollster anyway? From the criticisms levied and brazen arguments put forward, one would have believed she had experience in this field […]

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CADRES Poll #2

Share your thoughts about the latest CADRES Poll. You can scroll to the bottom of this page to post comments at the constituency level. In case you missed it, a 6% swing against government is projected. The findings contained in the poll coincides with BU’s view that barring a miracle the DLP will not be […]

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A Few Questions About The CADRES Poll

A couple questions about the recent CADRES Poll. With less than one year to go before a general election is constitutionally due, why would those (entity) who commissioned the poll not have requested constituency polling and also sought to adjudge the size of the swing for or against the government?Isn’t this the information which would […]

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The May 2012 CADRES Poll

The recent CADRES Poll has added fervour to the political climate in Barbados with a general election constitutionally due by April 2013 on the horizon. The poll was anonymously funded and exclusivity given to the Nation newspaper. Regrettably the information  was published by the Nation in the most non-user friendly manner which made the analysis […]

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Are Political Opinion Polls Always Right? A Different View

Submitted by Yardbroom The recent CADRES opinion poll has generated much debate and rightly so, because it has given ammunition to those – mainly BLP supporters but not singularly – who believe this DLP Government will be defeated at the next general election.  It has also caused some anxiety even to committed DLP diehards.  I […]

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The CADRES Poll: A Reason For Stuart To Ponder

Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley was quoted in the press on the weekend blaming the lack of a media policy at the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) for feeding perennial controversies during the Crop Over period. To summarize his view: the ad hoc manner NCF officials have interacted with the media must stop. BU agrees with […]

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Prime Minister Stuart, It Is time To Ring The Bell

The eagerly awaited Peter Wickham Cadres poll has been leaked to the media. Based on the report Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart appears to be viewed as less likely to lead the DLP to victory. It is bad enough the DLP government has had to combat managing the economy in an austere environment, to float a […]

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