ComRes/Indy/Mirror voting intention

It’s been a while, but the ComRes poll for the Independent and Sunday Mirror has voting intention once again. Topline figures (and changes compared with the last poll in this series in June 2016) are:

For those that like historical tidbits, this is the 67th consecutive poll with a Conservative lead, surpassing their leading streak after the 2010 election (when polls were conducted daily) and becoming their longest while in office since 1987.

The poll also asked about favourability of a number of public figures:

John Bercow has 15 per cent favourability, below Jeremy Corbyn and just ahead of Donald Trump (though his -15 net rating is far above both). However on the question of him blocking the Trump visit, Brits agree with his position 45-39:

Further details (and tables) are now on the ComRes Website.

ComRes interviewed 2,021 GB adults online between 8th and 10th February 2017. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults. Data were also weighted by past vote recall. Voting intention figures are calculated using the ComRes Voter Turnout Model. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.





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