Election priorities, best PM, preferred government, trust on the economy, best party on Brexit… introducing my General Election Dashboard
Each week until the election I will publish my General Election Dashboard, showing the results of my weekly 4,000-sample surveys tracking the intensity of each party’s support among different kinds of voters, crucial measures like best Prime Minister, preference of government, best party on Brexit and what people have noticed in the news, as well as the reaction to topical questions as they arise. Together with my weekly focus groups of different kinds of seats throughout the country, this will help explain the dynamics of the campaign and the factors that will determine the outcome on 12 December.
About to Dive into this, Will be blogging in a day or two consider this a starter for a ten-point lead?
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DETAIL WITH “ANOTHER PARTY” LISTED
Note – The Conservative Party had a larger polling lead over Labour at this point in the campaign in 2017.
Equivalent polling for Survation / Good Morning Britain* on May 6th 2017 ahead of the election on June 8th 2017 had voting intention figures of:
Liberal Democrat: 7%
Another party 9%
*The final Survation / Good Morning Britain polling in 2017 correctly indicated a hung parliament in the final poll.
— Survation. (@Survation) November 18, 2019
— Survation. (@Survation) November 18, 2019
6/4 on for a 65-70% turnout
9/4 – 3/1 on for a 60-65% turnout
5-7/1 under 60% turnout
60-65 % seems the best value at those levels I think we will see a remainer parliament returned Under 60% I think similarly the old rules would still apply regarding tribal splits
I think only with a very high turn out will the don’t knows and only voted once before in 2016, will figure that requires a miracle of social media especially as the Main search engine Google is most certainly “doing Evil”
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Originally posted on Surplus Energy Economics:
DE-GROWTH AND DENIAL IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Now that a general election has become the latest twist in the saga of “Brexit” – Britain’s ‘on-off-maybe’ withdrawal from the European Union – it seems appropriate to review the situation and outlook for the United Kingdom from a Surplus Energy Economics…
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Originally posted on The Slog.:
If the Brexit Party doesn’t get Real and Organised about electoral tactics, it will be humiliated on December 12th ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ Glancing across the UK press titles this morning, it was hard to spot a flash bulb, glimmer or even scintilla of insight about the forthcoming election on December 12th. Now we…
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