Next year, in May, in United Kingdom will be General Election. Big theme of this election is EU immigration. Political scientists and media in Britain expect earthquake. And what about you? What are you preferences? What do you think about hysteria and lies linked to EU immigrants in British Tabloids?
YouGov election poll for Times (7.12.2014):
Liberal Democrats: 6%
Conservative and Labour tied.
Poll is after the Autumn Statement and there is no obvious short term impact on voting intention. It is as I'd would expect.
Latest polls from yesterday:
Populus – CON 33%, LAB 36%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 15%, GRN 4% (tabs)
Ashcroft – CON 30%, LAB 31%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 19%, GRN 5 %
YouGov/Sun – CON 34%, LAB 33%, LDEM 6%, UKIP 15%, GRN 6%
These polls are pretty much same as polls from last week. Labour and Conservatives neck on neck, and no rapid UKIP's movement up as Farage would like to see it.
Poll of polls for Independent shows that Labour has lost their lead over Conservative. Two biggest parties are neck on neck on 31%.
It is big possibility for hung parliament after general election in 2015.
Independent put together nice probabilities of possible coalitions. If you click on this link you can see what coalition will be possible govern Britain in the next five years : http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po … 13592.html
For example probability of Labour - UKIP coalition: ZERO.
The polls suggest neither Labour nor the Conservatives will win an overall majority. Here are five possible scenarios: https://yougov.co.uk/news/2014/12/15/tr … rliaments/
Two new polls in the Sunday papers (14.12.2014). This week’s YouGov/Sunday Times results – topline figures are CON 32%, LAB 32%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 16%, GRN 7%.
A new ComRes poll in the Independent on Sunday has topline figures of CON 33%(+3), LAB 34%(nc), LDEM 8%(nc), UKIP 18%(-1), GRN 2%(-1). Changes are from their November online poll.
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