An example of the Constituent Relationship Management database which SCL Elections was building

how it was done: An example of the Constituent Relationship Management database which SCL Elections was building for the Congress of the People as contained in the company’s status report.

In December 2017, the Sunday Express began an investigation which uncovered that several data mining operations took place between 2010-2015, facilitated by politicians, with the cost being borne by taxpayers.

In its first instalment, the Sunday Express revealed that UK pollster Sir Robert Worcester was paid a monthly consultancy from the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) of US$10,000 (TT$64,500) for two years, from 2013-2015 while he mainly operated out of his UK home, Allington Castle in Kent.

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It was a two-year project and the costs covered 13 surveys, seven focus groups, the core consultancy and Worcester and his three-member team’s travel expenses.

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