New ComRes Poll – Labour’s Lead Grows to 12%
Conservative 31% (down 2%)
Labour 43% (up 2%)
Lib Dem 10% (no change)
UKIP 8% (down 1%)
In further findings:
If some EU powers cannot be restored to the UK, we should leave the EU
Don’t know 23%
Of Conservative voters 66% agree; 53% of Labour voters; and 39% of Liberal Democrat voters, but this is still more than the 32% of Lib Dems who disagree.
The UK should leave the EU regardless
Don’t know 24%
Of Conservative voters 45% agree and 31% disagree; even Labour voters agree by a margin of 39% to 37%; whereas only 23% of Lib Dem voters agree and 57% disagree.
The UK’s payments to the European Union budget should be cut rather than frozen
Don’t know 22%
Banks and pay-day loan companies should be required by law to tell borrowers the maximum they will have to pay on loans
Big companies operating in Britain should not be permitted to use offshore bases to avoid paying tax in this country
George Entwistle, who resigned as Director General of the BBC, should not have received his £1.32 million severance package
Older people are more disapproving: 88% of those aged 65 and over agree.
MPs should not go on reality TV shows whilst they are still an MP
Voters for Nadine Dorries’s own party are the most likely to be censorious: 78% agree.
The Government should prioritise a cut to fuel duty over other tax cuts
Methodology: ComRes interviewed 2,024 GB adults online 14 – 16 November 2012. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults and by past vote recall. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules. Full tables at www.comres.co.uk.