The daily poll non-sensation

The daily poll non-sensation

YouGov daily poll (The Sun) Mar 23 Mar 22
LABOUR 33% 32%
LIB DEMS 18% 20%
LAB to CON swing from 2005 3.5% 3.5%

The LDs drop two

Another unexciting daily poll sees very little change except for the LDs to drop two and for Labour and the Tories to move up one.

The Tories might have expected a Sam Cam Mam boost but alas that doesn’t seem to have happened.

What is odd about YouGov is the contrast with the firm’s London poll where the swing is 8%. You would expect them to be more in alignment.

So not a lot to get excited about – the polls still point to a hung parliament.

UPDATE: And the lead remains at 5% with MORI

Ipsos-MORI (Mirror) Mar 21 Feb 22
LABOUR 30% 32%
LIB DEMS 21% 19%
LAB to CON swing from 2005 3.5% 3.5%

Not a lot to say about this one either except another poll suggests that Labour has not been hurt by the BA strike.

The really interesting numbers from this survey will be the leader approval ratings which the firm has been asking in a standard form since 1977. So far those are not available.

Mike Smithson

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