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    Quote Originally Posted by Pano View Post
    The fact Lib Dems are on 20% tells me that Britain is heading down the pan and fast and will remain a fudge country for another 20 years. The fact this Lib Dems are standing on a commitment to NOT honouring a second referendum (if we have one) if the result is to LEAVE EU... clearly indicates the "GREAT" will never be back in Great Britain.
    If you adopt scrapping Brexit as a policy and put it in your manifesto, then it's down to how many people vote for your party at the next election.
    29,089,259 people did not say LEAVE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trukhari View Post
    I see you struggle with confirmation bias. Fear not it's fairly common so nothing for you to be ashamed of.
    Stop spamming the threads. I've told you once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trukhari View Post
    Brexit party doing as crap as expected. Pretty much how UKIP did which is no surprise.

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    Ok but you need to put that into context in terms of the brexit debate.

    While the brexit party is on 13% , thats not becasue only 13% of the electorate want brexit. The combined tory and brexit party polling is showing 50% of the vote , and both parties at the minute are commited to no deal if the eu wont budge .

    If the tories fail to brexit as we keep saying trukhari , then the brexit vote wil have no where else to go but the brexit party , who could do very well with potentially 52% of the electorate to choose from.

    Evidently growing support for revocation of A50 judging from LD results.
    what with polling 16% of the vote? Get real trukhari.

    Polling guru professor john curtice has this to say on the so called liberal democrats growing support....



    If Lab and LD can come to a comprimise they should have a comfortable majority, more so with the support of the greens.
    it will be interesting to see what this compromise will be .

    I know swinson by my own words is a dedicated liar and not someone to trust , but she did say she would not in any way put jeremy corbyn into 10 downing street.

    Further she is hated among the labour membership and by many of their politicians , so it will be interesting indeed.

    So it remains to be seen how jo swinson is going to sweep into power , when 60% of liberal candidates lost their deposit in 2017 , and they look to be only challenging in potentially 11 seats that professor john curtice mentioned.

    If they manage 20 mps it will be a small achievement at the next GE.
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    Opinium again:
    Westminster voting intention:


    CON: 37% (-)
    LAB: 22% (-3)
    LDEM: 17% (+1)
    BREX: 12% (-1)
    GRN: 4% (-)

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    I do hope that BJ manages to get his oratory on track for his moment at Congress. He's been pretty lack lustre so far in front of camera. If he can show a bit of leadership the polls might rise. Sadly disunity seems to be the theme for both Conservatives and Labour. It doesn't give anyone much confidence in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Opinium again:
    Westminster voting intention:


    CON: 37% (-)
    LAB: 22% (-3)
    LDEM: 17% (+1)
    BREX: 12% (-1)
    GRN: 4% (-)
    I don't know where you get your figures

    "Voting Intention: Con 33%, Lab 22%, Lib Dem 21%, Brex 12% (28-29 Aug)"

    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics...dem-21-brex-12-
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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanLuc View Post
    I don't know where you get your figures
    This thread is about Latest polls. That one was from Opinium as I stated

    "Voting Intention: Con 33%, Lab 22%, Lib Dem 21%, Brex 12% (28-29 Aug)"
    Does that come from YouGov?
    because that link doesn't work. Do you know what date the survey was, from which you are quoting figures?

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    Found the current link:
    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics...em-19-brex-14-


    Voting Intention: Con 32%, Lab 23%, Lib Dem 19%, Brex 14% (9-10 Sep)
    Con down 1
    Lab up 1
    Lib Dems down and Brexit up.

    Here's opinium from 3 days ago:
    https://www.opinium.co.uk/political-...eptember-2019/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanLuc View Post
    I don't know where you get your figures

    "Voting Intention: Con 33%, Lab 22%, Lib Dem 21%, Brex 12% (28-29 Aug)"

    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics...dem-21-brex-12-
    As barry says bryan your link isnt working , and your poll is three weeks old.

    heres the latest you gov polls here...





    The polls are all over the place. One of many reasons is the complexity of trying to judge the impact of rising brexit party and lib dem votes on marginal seats in england and wales .

    What is consistent across the board is the collapse of the labour vote , they are polling less than 10% here in scotland alone , and around 80 of their seats uk wide appear to be under threat . Of course anyoe who thinks the next general election is going to be about anything other than brexit needs their head examined.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Found the current link:
    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics...em-19-brex-14-


    Voting Intention: Con 32%, Lab 23%, Lib Dem 19%, Brex 14% (9-10 Sep)
    Con down 1
    Lab up 1
    Lib Dems down and Brexit up.

    Here's opinium from 3 days ago:
    https://www.opinium.co.uk/political-...eptember-2019/
    As I have probably mentioned before, the rule of thumb is that the Tories usually poll 10% better than predicted, which suggests if an election were held today they would pick up about 35% of the vote.

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