Driven by data; ridden with liberty.
Between the two halves of the survey, my visualisations received over 12,000 views. This was principally shared by Ian Warren, on his Election Data website.
Screenshots from the Tableau reports were also shared by Mike Smithson, a former Liberal Democrat politician and the founder of Political Betting, and Number Cruncher Politics, a polling and psephology website founded by Matt Singh.
It was also featured in the Guardian daily politics blog, shared by journalist Andrew Sparrow .
Slides from my Tableau presentation were included in an article on the Huffington Post, written by Paul Waugh .
I really enjoyed helping to visualise this important poll.
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 Sparrow, A., 2016. February 26th Politics Live Blog. The Guardian. Available from: http://www.theguardian.com/politics/blog/live/2016/feb/23/cameron-eu-referendum-hague-a-divisive-referendum-campaign-could-damage-tories-for-a-generation-politics-live?page=with:block-56cc3774e4b00221da78b383#block-56cc3774e4b00221da78b383 [Accessed: 19th March 2016]
 Waugh, P., 2016. Jeremy Corbyn Would Win An Even Bigger Landslide Among Labour Members, New Polls Finds; But Hilary Benn or Dan Jarvis Could Win If Leader Quits. Huffington Post. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/02/23/jeremy-corbyn-would-win-a_n_9298784.html [Accessed: 19th March 2016]