Saturday, 30 May 2009

Survey finds Labour support at lowest in polling history

From the Times (May 30th)

The expenses scandal has had a devastating impact on Labour and Gordon Brown, a Populus poll for The Times finds today.

Labour’s overall position has slid to 21 per cent, its lowest in polling history. When asked how they would vote in next week’s European election, those polled have put Labour in third place behind UKIP and the Tories, for the first time.

For US readers UKIP is the UK Independence Party which is dedicated to extricating the UK from the European Union and has, until recently, been a fringe party.

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