Saturday, 4 April 2015

Opinium/Observer post #leadersdebate poll

Labour and the Tories tie again as Nicola Sturgeon wins the party leaders debate
No party leader appears to have scored a winner for their side in the debates with the state of the parties remaining largely static.
Labour and the Conservatives are tied with 33% of the vote, followed by UKIP on 14% and the Lib Dems and Greens on 7% each.
Voting Intention Tracker

Voting intention - all parties


 %Change
Conservative33-1
Labour33n/c
Liberal Democrats7-1
UKIP14+1
Green7n/c
SNP4+1
BNP0n/c
Plaid Cymru0n/c
Other1n/c

Approval ratings

David Cameron retains his lead with a net approval rating of +1%, ahead of Nigel Farage who retakes the second spot with -13% after a big jump and Ed Miliband who also sees a 6 point rise to -15%. Nick Clegg has climbed to -30%, one of the best net ratings Opinium have recorded for him since we began tracking in 2011, but still the least popular of the major party leaders.
 % Approve% DisapproveNet ratingNet rating (own party)
David Cameron43%42%+1%+88%
Ed Miliband29%44%-15%+59%
Nick Clegg21%51%-30%+57%
Nigel Farage32%45%-13%+91%
Notes to Journalists: 
Opinium Research carried out an online survey of 1,974 GB adults aged 18+ from 2nd to 3rd April 2015. Results have been weighted to nationally representative criteria.

source http://ourinsight.opinium.co.uk/survey-results/political-polling-2nd-april-2015

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