Friday, 17 April 2015

YouGov Daily Briefing 17/04/2015 <<< follow the link if you would like to join the YOUGOV panel and have your opinions heard

Our latest voting intention figures published in The Sun this morning are CON 34%, LAB 34%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 14%, GRN 5%.
  • The Conservatives and Labour are tied.
  • 36% of people approve of the government's record to date, 51% disapprove.
  • Stephan Shakespeare for The Times Red Box: Voters would prefer Lib Dems to hold balance of power. 
  • YouGov Qualitative: Election manifesto speeches: in the words of floating voters.
  • Public more taken with Labour manifesto policies.

The SNP and Labour
  • Two weeks ago we found that 56% of the public felt it would be a bad thing if the SNP were part of a coalition government after the election while 25% thought this would be good.
  • Labour voters were more divided on this issue saying it would be a bad thing by 43% to 37%.
Greek Exit
  • In March we found that 59% of Germans thought that Greece should leave the Eurozone while 23% thought they should stay.
  • When we asked the same question in Britain in January the public thought a Greek exit would be a good thing by 39% to 15%.

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