Voting intentions poll shows LAB 31%, CON 30%, UKIP 19%, LIB DEM 6%, GREEN 6%, OTHER 8%
The latest TNS poll suggests that there is all to play for ahead of the May 2015 General Election with Labour and the Conservatives neck and neck. Currently 31% of people plan to vote for the Labour party whereas 30% plan to vote for the Conservative party. Furthermore, when asked what the likely outcome of the next election will be, opinion is also very divided amongst those who felt able to answer:
- 17% think Labour will have a majority
- 16% think the Conservative party will have a majority
- 24% think that no party will have an overall majority but that Labour will be the biggest party
- 31% think that no party will have an overall majority but that the Conservative party will be the biggest party
At the moment women appear to be less convinced by UKIP than men; whereas 22% of men currently plan to vote for UKIP this compares to only 16% of women.
Notes to editors:
TNS interviewed a representative sample of 1,194 people between 25 – 27 November 2014.
All interviews were conducted on the TNS Omnibus as online self-completion. The data is weighted to match population totals for age, sex, social grade, working status, presence of children, 2010 general election voting patterns and region.
The data tables are available here.
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