Only a day before they released a euro poll for the Sun Link to the poll
Which couldn't have been more wrong, having Labour in the lead by 4% and greens on 12% yet when you had propensity to vote it reversed back to UKIP.
10/10 certain to vote
So was this YOUGOV covering all bases so they could say they got the result right? Did they just put out as many different polls as possible to say they got the right figures?
(now can i state I do not think YOUGOV rigged any figures, as someone has suggested I am implying on Twitter, I just wonder why it changed so quickly? These were the findings of these polls, which are not now being discussed, would they have been used if the result had been different? because all the pollsters put out so many polls in a short space of time, did this give an opportunity to then give yourself the opportunity to then pick and choose what you got right after the event.)
Admittedly the last poll is the one on the mark, but what changed so much in such a short space of time?
Below is how Yougov marked themselves.
YouGov's average error, 1.4 points, was, by some margin, the lowest of all the pollsters.