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Opinion polling and political analysis

Last Build Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2017 15:39:15 +0000


New ICM and Opinium polls

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 15:39:15 +0000

There are two new voting intention polls in Sunday’s papers – ICM for the Sun on Sunday and Opinium for the Observer. ICM in the Sun on Sunday have topline figures of CON 41%(-1), LAB 42%(+2), LDEM 7%(-1), UKIP 4%(-1). … Continue reading

YouGov/Times – CON 42, LAB 41, LDEM 7

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 22:19:23 +0000

YouGov’s latest poll for the Times has topline figures of CON 42%(+2), LAB 41%(nc), LDEM 7%(nc). Fieldwork was Sunday to Monday, and changes are from last week. While the movement from the last poll is well within the normal margin … Continue reading

YouGov/Times – CON 40, LAB 41, LDEM 7

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 16:40:32 +0000

YouGov’s regular voting intention figures this week are CON 40%(+1), LAB 41%(nc), LDEM 7%(nc). Changes are from late November. The poll was conducted on Monday and Tuesday, so at a point when the Brexit negotiations looked to be in extreme … Continue reading

Survation/Mail on Sunday – CON 37, LAB 45, LDEM 6

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 13:48:25 +0000

Survation have a poll in today’s Mail on Sunday. Topline figures are CON 37%(-1), LAB 45%(+1), LDEM 6%(-1). Fieldwork was Thursday and Friday and changes are since early October. The eight point Labour lead is the largest any poll has … Continue reading

YouGov post-budget polling

Sun, 26 Nov 2017 22:44:13 +0000

We used to get a flurry of opinion polling around a budget, but this year there has been very little. Part of that will be polling’s recent troubles (many companies are doing much less polling than before the election), perhaps … Continue reading