Friday, March 28, 2014

"Tapping into the Pulse" is out!

I'm happy to announce that Tapping into the Pulse: Political public opinion polling in Canada, 2013 is now officially out and available for sale!

Please visit the section of the site for the eBook for information about ordering. Ordering via Gumroad is the recommended method - you can download all eBook formats as soon as you buy!

Those formats will work on virtually any eReader or device. So after ordering from Gumroad, you can read it on your laptop, your iPad, your Kindle, your iPhone, your Kobo - pretty much anything! You can even print it out if you're old-fashioned.

Tapping into the Pulse is a retrospective of federal and provincial politics in 2013 from the perspective of polls. It is a bit of a history book, but it also delves into polling issues, particularly concerning the misses in a few by-elections and the provincial election in British Columbia. The eBook also contains very detailed records of polling results in 2013 from almost all of Canada's major pollsters. An invaluable resource for political students and junkies alike!

If you do have a Kindle or Kobo and want to download the eBook directly via the Kobo or Kindle stores, that is an option as well!

Thanks again to the 200+ Kickstarter backers who made this project possible! If you enjoyed the book, please consider reviewing it on Amazon.


  1. Hey Éric, for the Amazon book, could we have a "sample" of what it looks like as an eBook?


    1. I'm not sure if I am able to add that to the Amazon page, but I will if I can.

  2. Long time follower of ThreeHundredEight from Australia here, just purchased the book via Kobo! Looking forward to reading it :)


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