Here are the latest general election voting intention figures from each of the polling firms currently running national surveys. … Read the full post »
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The more important a policy area is to the public, the worse the public rates the government on it in new polling from Ipsos. … Read the full post »
Reputable pollster, recent fieldwork, complete with nice graphic, so all good, right? … Read the full post »
Let’s compare the first and last polls of the year from pollsters who had national voting intention polls in both January and December of this year. … Read the full post »
New polling shows the proportion of Britons who think the UK’s exit from the EU has made their daily life worse has risen to 45%. … Read the full post »
We’re coming up to the six month anniversary of the last time the Conservatives were ahead in a national voting intention poll. … Read the full post »
Pollster Keiran Pedley joined me on Never Mind The Bar Charts to discuss what we can learn from the 2022 local elections and how Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems really did. … Read the full post »
Given we have national opinion polls, how useful are local elections for judging the national political mood? … Read the full post »
We’ve had six national voting intention polls come out with fieldwork at least in part in the past week. Six firms, six methodologies. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #159 came out last week, looking at the Lib Dem message for the May elections, the major party reforms voted for by conference and more. … Read the full post »