Tag Archives: ComRes

Majority of the public reject Osborne’s austerity plan

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Poll shows that neither Cameron nor Miliband are trusted to perform safe cuts.

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Poll shows that Conservatives are now considered more right wing than UKIP

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The ComRes survey suggests that Labour could lose centre-ground votes to Farage.

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Public more worried about Tory relationship with big business than about Labour and the unions

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The public are more concerned about the Tory Party’s relationship with big business than they are worried about Labour’s relationship with the trade unions.

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Over half of voters believe the Tories ‘only represent the rich’

A majority of voters believe the Conservative Party only represents the interests of the rich, according to a new ComRes survey for tomorrow’s Independent.

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The Sun plays down its own poll because it shows support for Labour

The Sun today is playing down its own poll in favour of one conducted by The Independent – because the results of its own poll were too favourable to Labour.

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Progressives can win the debate on welfare

It’s regularly assumed that progressives can’t win the debate on welfare, and must outflank conservative opinion from the right. But looking at polling data more closely, this might not be the case.

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Ken stays ahead as Boris doubles-down on blaming young people for youth unemployment

Alex Hern covers the latest news from the Mayoral race, including ComRes predicting a win for Ken, and Boris blaming young people for youth unemployment.

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Coalition split on riots sentencing

Ed Jacobs discusses new data showing yet another split between the Tories and Lib Dems in government – this time over the proportionality of riot sentencing.

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Another Tory poll fall in wake of spending review

For the second week running, a poll series has put Labour ahead of the Conservatives for the first time in three years. Just like last week’s Times/Populus poll, a ComRes poll for today’s Independent gives Labour a narrow lead, up three points on 37 per cent, with the Conservatives down five points on 35 per cent and the Liberal Democrats up two points on 16 per cent.

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Voters remain undecided on whether to change voting system

The latest opinion poll has revealed that the gap between those opposed to changing the voting system and those in favour of change has narrowed significantly.

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