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New YouGov Poll – Labour Lead Static at 8%

There is a new YouGov poll for tomorrow’s Sun newspaper which shows Labour’s lead constant at 8% with the Lib Dems pulling away from UKIP:

                   Conservative               34% (no change)

                   Labour                         42% (no change)

                                                     Lib Dem                       10% (up 1%)

                                                     UKIP                               6% (down 1%)

Over the last week Labour’s lead has oscillated between 8% and 11%.

Changes shown are compared to the last YouGov poll I reported on 19 July.

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July 31, 2012 - Posted by | Polls |

2 Comments »

  1. I also read that Queen Anne is dead! The Labour lead has averaged about 8% for some weeks now even with an un-dynamic Leader such as Ed Miliband. Likewise we have the see-saw between the Lib-Dems and UKIP.

    As I have said before we really need a Parliamentary by-election in a Tory Marginal constituency to provide a real test of just how ready to win Labour really is, of UKIP’s impact on the Conservative Vote, and if the Lib-Dems are really as unpopular as one is led to believe.

    Comment by Steve Foley | August 1, 2012 | Reply

  2. So Labour’s lead is well down into single figures and with an Olympic bounce could fall further. We don’t need a by-election in a Tory marginal but one in a Labour or Lib Dem one could be very interesting. Maybe Chris Huhne will oblige us soon……

    Comment by Doodlebug | August 1, 2012 | Reply


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