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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What to make of Opinium’s poll for the Labour Party in Mid Bedfordshire? … 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 »
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 »
We’ve had five national voting intention polls with fieldwork in the last week, putting the Conservatives on 33-34%, Labour on 37-39%, the Lib Dems on 11-12% and the Greens on 3-7%. … Read the full post »
There’s been plenty from both me and others on how the parties did in the May local elections. But what do the voters think? … Read the full post »
The latest poll from Kantar gives Labour (only) a four point lead over the Conservatives, noticeably lower than the Labour lead in recent polls from other firms. … Read the full post »
Between the 2017 and 2019 general elections, it became common for fans of Jeremy Corbyn to respond on social media to reports of a poor poll finding for their man with versions of ‘I’ll wait for Survation’. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #53 came out last week, including a look at how public opinion is, and isn’t, moving over Britain’s exit from the European Union. … Read the full post »
Polling this month by Opinium shows Labour supporters think it would be much more acceptable for a future hung Parliament to result in a coalition featuring Liberal Democrats than do Conservatives. … Read the full post »