LATEST VOTING INTENTION
Our latest voting intention figures published in The Sun this morning are CON 33%, LAB 33%, LDEM 10%, UKIP 12%, GRN 5%.
- The Conservatives and Labour are tied.
- In a referendum on EU membership, 45% of people would vote to stay while 33% would vote to leave (the net ‘stay’ score of +12 is the highest this parliament).
- Stephan Shakespeare for The Times Red Box: A little bit of humility will go a long way for Cameron.
- Stephan Shakespeare for The Times Red Box: The gap between party preference and coalition preference.
- Peter Kellner - Into the zone of uncertainty:
- Voters: leader from party with most seats has bigger mandate.
- David Cameron is the most liked party leader.
- People in Britain and the U.S. disagree on who did more to beat the Nazis.
- 38% think David Cameron would make the best Prime Minister, 24% think Ed Miliband would.
- Asked who is most eager to win this election campaign, 28% say Miliband, 20% Cameron and 20% Nicola Sturgeon.
- Sturgeon is seen to have had a much better campaign than the other leaders. Three in ten (30%) say she has had the best election campaign, 16% plump for Cameron and 15% opt for Miliband.
- (Fear factor politics. How many voters are worried / not worried?)