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Check out the latest election poll results. It’s unbelievably close

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27th Jan 15 11:51 am

Tories and Labour within one point of each other across UK… but one is steaming ahead in London

 

We are now less than 100 days away from the General Election on 7 May.

And the race is hotter than ever.

Labour and the Conservatives are no more than one point apart in the most recent polls published.

Look how close the two leading parties are (and thanks to YouGov’s Anthony Wells for pooling the first five of these in one handy place).

Populus (26/1/15)

1.       Labour: 35%

2.       Conservatives: 34%

3.       UKIP: 13%

4.       LibDem: 9%

5.       Greens: 6%

Ashcroft (26/1/15)

1.       Labour & Conservatives (joint): 32%

2.       UKIP: 15%

3.       Greens: 9%

4.       LibDem: 6%

Survation/The Mirror (26/1/15)

1.       Conservatives: 31%

2.       Labour: 30%

3.       UKIP: 23%

4.       LibDem: 7%

5.       Greens: 3%

ComRes/The Independent (26/1/15)

1.       Conservatives: 31%

2.       Labour: 30%

3.       UKIP: 17%

4.       LibDem: 8%

5.       Greens: 7%

YouGov/The Sun (26/1/15)

1.       Conservatives: 34%

2.       Labour: 33%

3.       UKIP: 15%

4.       Greens: 7%

5.       LibDem: 6%

YouGov/Sunday Times (25/1/15)

1.       Conservatives & Labour (joint): 32%

2.       UKIP: 15%

3.       Greens & LibDem (joint): 7%

But Labour is leading by miles in London

Now look at the latest results for London alone, and Labour is some 10 points ahead.

YouGov/Evening Standard – LONDON ONLY (26/1/15)

1.       Labour: 42%

2.       Conservatives: 32%

3.       UKIP: 10%

4.       Greens: 8%

5.       LibDem: 7%

Read the Standard’s analysis of the London figures for more.

 

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