Selected Media Coverage of Research:
“Voting tactically? Here’s how to do it right” – The Guardian (Dec 2019)
“Can parties sign up more people to postal votes with mailings? Some evidence” – Mark Pack (May 2019)
“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective” – Phys.org (Apr 2019)
“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective” – EurekAlert! (Apr 2019)
“Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective” – University of Kent News (Apr 2019)
“How not to recruit postal voters in the UK” – LSE British Politics & Policy (Mar 2019).
“‘Conceived in Harlesden’: When do candidates emphasise their local connections in UK general elections?” – Democratic Audit UK (Jan, 2019).
“Podcast: What the evidence really says about the impact of campaigning – Josh Townsley” – Mark Pack (Nov 2018)
“How leaflets and canvassing raise turnout in British elections” – Mark Pack (Oct 2018)
“Do party leaflets and canvass visits increase voter turnout?” – LSE British Politics & Policy (Oct 2018).
“Campaign spending and voter turnout: does a candidate’s local prominence influence the effect of their spending?” – Democratic Audit UK (Aug 2018).
BBC local radio (Discussing defections and election strategy– from 1:24:00)
WikiTribune (‘Why aren’t we all voting online?’)
Kent Q-Step (podcast contributor: ‘How To Win Arguments With Numbers’)
Alongside contributing to the organisation and teaching of the annual summer school, I was a regular contributor to the ‘How To Win Arguments With Numbers’ podcast ahead of the 2017 General Election (available on iTunes). I also organised and spoke at a public panel event on the future of opinion polling.