Anyone paying attention to politics in recent years knows that the practitioners of psephology – the statistical study of trends in elections – have seen their stock fall, with pollster after pollster consistently falling short in efforts to track what’s going on in the heads of voters in this country.
Think you can do better? As part of our Mavericks and Team Builders series and to mark this month’s EU referendum, Indigo is offering a bottle of fine champagne to the person who emails us with their best guess at the overall outcome of the EU referendum vote.
The closest guess – to the nearest decimal point – bags the bubbly.
Of course, there is a chance that two or more clever entrants get the answer right, so we’re asking a second question as a tie-breaker: what will the outcome be in Scotland alone?
Please give your answers to both questions to the nearest decimal point. For example:
- Remain / Leave to win across the UK with XX.X% of the vote.
- Remain / Leave to win in Scotland with XX.X% of the vote.
You can enter by emailing us at email@example.com and include your name and phone number.*
The winner will be announced once we’ve crunched the numbers on Friday 24 June.
This month voters in the UK will go to the polls to decide whether we, as a country, prefer to stand alone outside the European or continue to try to lead the international agenda from within it.
In the run-up to the referendum we will be posting a series of blogs, client stories and interviews from across Indigo’s networks, taking a sideways look at whether we can balance the advantages of strong networks against the freedom to stand out from the crowd.
*We will only use personal information you supply to us for the reason that you provided it for. We will not pass your information to any other parties unless this is made clear to you at the time you supplied it.