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Advantages of a Brexit Party WIN…

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    One key consideration in forecasting an election outcome is to accurately estimate turnout. In this election it is particularly challenging. Turnout for European Parliament Elections (EPE) is traditionally low (it was c.32% of the Voting Age Population in 2014) but we have reason to believe that it could be different this time, given […]

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Final EU election POLL RESULTS and Analysis

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The final polls on the eve of the 2019 Euros look very confusing and it is hard to find a clear picture. The Tories range from 7% to 14% while the LDs are polling between 12% and 19% Panelbase (14th-21st May) – BREX 30%, LAB 25%, LDEM 15%, CON 12%, GRN 7%, ChUK 3%, UKIP […]

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Latest EU Elections POLL! Brexit Party delivers KNOCKOUT Punch

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Nigel Farage’s party will win a staggering 37 per cent of the public vote, according to Yougov’s latest survey. That is almost double the 19 per cent that the Liberal Democrats are expected to gather on Thursday’s elections, while Labour will win just 13 per cent. However, Prime Minister Theresa May’s Tory party is on […]

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Epic! Why Nigel Farage is the Best thing to happen to the UK

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The newly-launched party, led by former Ukip leader, have made an immediate impact as Britons head to the polls to vote MEPs into the European Parliament. In the latest poll by YouGov of 7,192 British adults from May 12-16, the Brexit Party continues to take full advantage of the carnage engulfing the Conservative Party and […]

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EU Elections latest Polls, Brexit Party on Fire!

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According to the latest polling for the European Parliament elections, Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party is likely to gain the most votes in the UK, as establishment parties are forecast to lose their majority across the European Union. The vote takes place in the UK this week, on Thursday 23 May, with the Europe-wide results expected […]

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Who would you vote for to be PM – Boris or Nigel?

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Boris Johnson is the clear favourite to be the next Prime Minister, according to a YouGov poll for the Times of Tory members, confirming polls recently conducted by Conservative Home. But with the Brexit Party overtaking the Tories in Westminster voting intentions to reach second place, their momentum shows no sign of letting up – […]