UKIP supporters were more pessimistic than any other party’s about Andy Murray’s chance of winning Wimbledon, according to a YouGov poll for yesterday’s Sunday Times.
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The Sun today is playing down its own poll in favour of one conducted by The Independent – because the results of its own poll were too favourable to Labour.
Today YouGov released poll data that UKIP are on 14 per cent – something that wasn’t news to me as this is exactly the same as the calculations I made last week. However the figure looks decidedly dodgy.
A poll conduced at the end of February by Ipsos-MORI for The Economist shows that the economy continues to be the public’s most pressing concern. This is potentially a double-edged sword for Labour. The public still blame Labour, rather than the banks for the deficit. Moving beyond that will be easier said than done.
It’s regularly assumed that progressives can’t win the debate on welfare, and must outflank conservative opinion from the right. But looking at polling data more closely, this might not be the case.
In news that is sure to embolden the dissenters at Lib Dem conference, a new poll reveals Nick Clegg to be the least popular party leader since Michael Foot.
The latest Sunday Times/YouGov poll shows David Cameron is viewed as dislikeable, indecisive, weak, out of ideas and out of touch.
Politics and public opinion across Europe changed decisively in May; before then the austerians dominated – but now, the tide has turned, writes Steve Hart.
On Europe, Nick Clegg is less in tune with his own voters than the Tories, a new YouGov poll reveals.
Alex Hern assesses what the latest flock of polls means for Labour, and what lessons can be drawn from them