There’s a new poll out conducted for Lord Ashcroft, you can find it here.
The changes are from Lord Ashcroft’s poll conducted at the end of January
The field work was Â between 31 May and 2 June 2013,Â 2,060 adults were interviewed online, and 1,007 by telephone.
As we can see, the big winners are UKIP up six, whilst the Tories are down six, both Labour and the Lib Dems are down, but within the margin of error.
On the supplementaries
- For the first time, though, the proportion saying they were more favourable towards the Conservative Party generally than to Cameron himself was (slightly) higher than those saying the opposite. Miliband continues to be significantly less popular than his party – The figures are Con 22/Cameron 18 – Labour 38/Miliband 10
- The coalition team of Cameron, Clegg and Osborne are more trusted than Miliband and Balls by a slightly smaller margin of 14 points, compared to a rather narrower 5 points when only the Tory and Labour teams are named.
- Following all the discussions and interventions following the Mick Philpott trial, the Tory lead on tackling welfare abuse is down one percent since January, to 5%
- On the economy,Â The coalition team of Cameron, Clegg and Osborne are more trusted than Miliband and Balls by 14 points, which is down 3 since January.
- When only the Tory and Labour teams are named, the Tory lead is 5%
Putting these figures through at electoral calculus leads to a Labour majority of 106, and this is another poll that shows UKIP getting zero seats
The Lord Ashcroft poll put through electoral calculus. twitter.com/TSEofPB/statusâ€¦
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