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The Big PBC Prediction for 2008

December 31st, 2007

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    Your chance to help predict the next 12 months

Instead of our usual prediction competition for 2008 we have “The Big PBC Prediction” where everybody is asked to give their views on a range of political and associated economic events.

Please fill in the questions below and let us see if our combined wisdom can get the next year right.

Also please can you write comments in the normal way on the thread below and not on the individual poll result pages.

Mike Smithson

Which party will win the 2008 White House Race?
Democrats
Republicans
A N Other
  
Who will be the Republican candidate for the 2008 White House Race?
Rudolph Giuliani
Mitt Romney
John McCain
Mike Huckabee
Ron Paul
A N Other
  
Who will be the Democratic candidate for the 2008 White House Race?
Hillary Clinton,
Barack Obama
John Edwards
A N Other
  
Who will win the 2008 London Mayoral Election?
Ken Livingstone
Boris Johnson
Brian Paddick
A N Other
  
What will be the outcome of the referendum in Ireland on the EU Treaty?
Accept
Reject
  
What will be the Conservative lead in the Guardian ICM poll in December 2008?
10% or more
6-9%
3-5%
0-2%
A Labour lead of 1-4%
A Labour lead of 5% or more
  
What will be the Lib Dem share in the Guardian ICM poll in December 2008?
0-14%
15-16%
17-19%
20% or more
  
Who will be leader of the Labour party on December 25th 2008?
Gordon Brown
David Miliband
Ed Balls
Jack Straw
A N Other
  
Who will be leader of the Conservative party on December 25th 2008?
David Cameron
David Davis
George Osborne
Liam Fox
William Hague
A N Other
  
Who will be leader of the Lib Dem party on December 25th 2008?
Nick Clegg
Chris Huhne
Vince Cable
A N Other
  
What will be the change in the Nationwide Building Society House Price Index during 2008?
Increase of 10% or more
Increase of 5.1-9.9%
Increase of 0-5%
Decrease of 0.1-5%
Decrease of 5.1-9.9%
Decrease of 10% or more
  
What will be the change in the Financial Times 100 Index during 2008?
Increase of 10% or more
Increase of 5.1-9.9%
Increase of 0-5%
Decrease of 0.1-5%
Decrease of 5.1-9.9%
Decrease of 10% or more
  






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