Comres has conducted a poll for Open Europe on the European elections next year, the changes are from the European elections in 2009,
The fieldwork was from the 22nd until the 24th of May, and 2003 adults were surveyed
UKIP will be delighted with this poll, the Tories will be alarmed to be polling at 21% but delighted they’re only 2% behind Labour. The Lib Dems are polling higher than they did in 2009.
The other salient parts (from the Times report)
In a rare boost for the Prime Minister, the survey reveals widespread support for his strategy of reforming Britainâ€™s relationship with Brussels.
Asked to select the best option for the future of Britainâ€™s relationship with Europe, the most popular response reflected Mr Cameronâ€™s stated strategy: 38 per cent approved of repatriating powers from Brussels but remaining in the EU. One in four wanted to withdraw completely.
No more than 61 per cent of UKIP voters said that they wanted Britain to pull out altogether, suggesting that Mr Farageâ€™s party is profiting from discontent on a wide range of issues, rather than on Europe alone. Liberal Democrat and Labour voters also backed Mr Cameron, suggesting that Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg could find themselves out of touch with their supporters if they maintain their opposition to an EU referendum.
Apologies for the brief post, I’m taking the information from a Times article, and there’s very little in this article and there’s not much else on the internet.
I’ll update this thread when more information/the data tables are out.
There was a comres poll in January.
Then the VI for the Euros was
ComRes/People â€“ CON 22%, LAB 35%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 23%, GRN 5%, Others 8%
Which means changes since then are
LD + 10