Articles by John Curtice
John Curtice is professor of politics at Strathclyde University

Rural discomfort

John Curtice  |  8 December 2011

Labour has an opportunity to become a party of the shires. But the gains will only accrue over the long term, says John Curtice Labour has long been keenly aware, indeed agonised over, its ‘southern discomfort’. Thanks to Giles Radice, in the 1990s the party’s relative weakness in the southern half of Britain came to …

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The era of coalitions

John Curtice  |  31 December 2010

PROGRESS REVIEW 2010: First past the post is no longer able to deliver a two-party political system, whatever boundary changes the coalition succeeds in making. John Curtice explains why hung parliaments are set to become increasingly common

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The era of coalitions

John Curtice  |  8 December 2010

First past the post is no longer able to deliver a two-party political system, whatever boundary changes the coalition succeeds in making. John Curtice explains why hung parliaments are set to become increasingly common

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Still shining?

John Curtice  |  26 October 2009

Is the Sun as influential as it thinks it is, asks John Curtice

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Apathy in the UK

John Curtice  |  18 December 2002

Will turnout continue to fall over the next decade? Only if political parties continue to look the same, says John Curtice

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Is our democracy in crisis

John Curtice  |  21 January 2002

With voters staying away from the polls, John Curtice examines the fading confidence in British democracy

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