A Mori survey of 613 people with disabilities for the Leonard Cheshire Foundation shows that they are more pro-Labour than the rest of the population and they are more inclined to vote.
Amongst those “certain to vote” the disabled votes splits LAB 42: CON 34: LD 18. In terms of turnout the disabled group 61% rated their certainty at 10/10 compared with 54% for the electorate as a whole.
More than half those interviewed indicated that a party that “ruled out providing free personal care for disabled people” could cause them to switch.
The findings are not really surprising although the Lib Dems will be disappointed about their relative poor showing.