Constituency poll in Rishi Sunak’s Richmond & Northallerton seat

Out today from Survation, for 38 Degrees and reported in The i, is a constituency poll for the Prime Minister’s North Yorkshire constituency of Richmond & Northallerton:

Survation poll in Rishi Sunak constituency: Conservative 39%, Labour 28%

Note the smaller sample size than usual and so the greater scope for error than usual with the poll’s figures.

Compared to the notional results for 2019 for this seat (which has had boundary changes), that is Conservative down 24% and Labour up 12%.

Data tables here.

There is also a similar poll for Keir Starmer’s constituency:

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One response to “Constituency poll in Rishi Sunak’s Richmond & Northallerton seat”

  1. At note the long period of time for the fieldwork in the Richmond polling. small sample of that period of time with undecided voters removed. Tells you only what the eroding Tory base looks like. The move from safe seats – whatever they ar e- tells you more about the state of the tory campaign than any polling.

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