UKIP Get Survation Poll Boost
The latest opinion poll released by Survation, the most accurate pollster in the recent General Election, has seen a 2% increase in support for UKIP, as the party looks to rebuild after its disastrous results in both local and national elections in 2017. The poll, with fieldwork carried out on the 14th and 15th of July, shows Labour’s lead over the Conservatives narrowing to two points with Jeremy Corbyn’s party down four points on 41%, whilst the Tories are unchanged on 39%. The Liberal Democrats climb one point to 8% but UKIP show the biggest weekly increase, up two points to 6%. It is the first time for several weeks that the party has risen back above the 5% mark in a poll and may reflect the publics growing unease about the way the Brexit negotiations are heading. The party is currently without a leader following the resignation of Paul Nuttall after the election (Steve Crowther is the Interim Leader) but these findings suggest that a lot of recent Labour and Conservative support is very ‘soft’ and that if the purple party can re-unite around a strong new leader then there is every chance that they can win a lot of their former supporters back to the fold, particularly if the Brexit talks are seen to be going badly. The UKIP leadership election result will be announced at the party’s annual conference in Torquay at the end of September. Westmonster Dave is the editor of alt-politics.com
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