Identity in NI - a BBC LT NI OPINION PANEL 'TRACKER' POLL (May 2018)

LT, in partnership with international polling company YouGov, were recently commissioned by the BBC to research Northern Ireland (NI) views on 'identity', 'nationality', and what NI people feel about the area and region where they live. This was part of a major UK-Wide project for the BBC to ascertain UK regional views regarding these important topics. We enclose below the link to the relevant news article regarding this project as reported on the BBC news website - this also includes a link to the full Poll-Survey report, with the project methodology, and full poll-project results, including full demographic analyses - see end of first paragraph of the the enclosed BBC news article:

BBC 'Identity/Nationality' POLL-SURVEY BBC NEWS REPORT and link to full POLL REPORT - on the BBC WEBSITE:  CLICK HERE

To link directly to the full poll-project report:  CLICK HERE

For the Poll-Project Data-Tables results report:  CLICK HERE

For the Poll-Project Data-Tables results - in Excel/Csv format:  CLICK HERE

For any queries, or for further information, please contact LucidTalkinfo@lucidtalk.co.uk.

LT Data-Audit and GDPR compliance

Fully aware of the market sensitivity of the results and data obtained from a polling/market research project, LucidTalk can and do guarantee that all members of our project team(s) from directors to researchers are aware of, and commit to, total confidentiality. LucidTalk has recently underwent a full GDPR data-audit, and full details of LucidTalks data privacy and GDPR compliance can be found here:

LucidTalk Privacy Policy and GDPR compliance:  CLICK HERE

For any queries, or for further information, please contact LucidTalkinfo@lucidtalk.co.uk.

LT EZINE - MARCH 2018
The latest LucidTalk EZine is out - March 2018. This includes the results from our first 2018 quarterly NI-Wide 'Tracker' poll - Topics researched included: NI Party-Political preference, Irish Language Act (ILA) – attitudes from political voter bases, DUP-Sinn Fein Talks: Was there an agreement, and what do the NI public believe?, NI Government – What’s the best option going forward?, MLA Salaries – should they be stopped, reduced, or stay as they are now?, and the NI Trust Index – Who do we trust most and least in NI? Also included are commentaries and analysis from LTs political blog/website partners Northern Slant. Watch out for our next EZine in April.
Here is the link to the LT EZine (March 2018):  LT EZINE - MARCH 2018     

EDUCATION in NI - NI OPINION PANEL 'TRACKER' POLL (February 2018)

LT were recently commissioned by the Integrated Education Fund (IEF) to carry out representative poll research in Northern Ireland (NI) regarding current NI Education issues including schools, education management, and other related issues.

BACKGROUND: Polling was carried out by Belfast based polling and market research company LucidTalk. The project was carried out online and by telephone for a period of 8 days from 15th to 23rd February 2018. The project targeted the established Northern Ireland (NI) LucidTalk online Opinion Panel (10,482 members) which is balanced by gender, age-group, area of residence, and community background, in order to be demographically representative of Northern Ireland. 1,832 full responses were collated, and a data auditing process was carried out to ensure all completed poll-surveys were genuine 'one-person, one-vote' responses, and also to collate a robust and accurate balanced NI representative sample. This resulted in 1,520 responses being considered in terms of the final results - the results presented in this report. All data results have been weighted by gender and community background to reflect the demographic composition of Northern Ireland resulting in 1,520 responses being considered in terms of the final results. All data results produced are accurate to a margin of error of +/-3.0%, at 95% confidence.

IEF NEWS REPORT and link to SUMMARY POLL REPORT - on the IEF WEBSITE:  CLICK HERE

For any queries, or for further information, please contact LucidTalkinfo@lucidtalk.co.uk.