Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Latest Polls

These are the latest polls from UK Polling Report (http://ukpollingreport.co.uk)

ComRes’s monthly poll for the Independent is out, and shows topline figures of CON 45%(+5), LAB 26%(-2), LDEM 17%(-1). Changes are from the last ComRes poll, carried out at the end of March.

The figures are almost the same as yesterday’s YouGov poll in the Sunday People. We haven’t had any post-budget figures from ICM, Populus or MORI yet, but so far it is looking as if, between the rows over MPs expenses, “smeargate” and the budget, we have seen a further shift against Labour and we are back into Tory landslide territory. Obviously there is a long way to go until a 2010 election, but the June local and European elections aren’t looking pretty for Labour.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Labour is finished.....good.

Anonymous said...

You could help the Tories Mr Jones!

Plaid Whitegate said...

Which Tories would they be?

The ones privatising the Royal Mail, Royal Mint and closing post offices - or Cameron's lot?

Plaid is providing a radical alternative to Labour here and the rest of Wales, which may be reflected in next month's Euro-elections.

Anonymous said...

Is it not the Labour Party driving forward privatisation at the moment?

Plaid a radical alternative to Labour - I think most people would agree with that comment!

Wasn't Forward Wales once the radical alternative?

Plaid will benefit from Labour's misfortune but we shall compare Plaid's seats with the tories at the next Westminster elections!