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Striking from latest Yougov poll (via @willbott4  )

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@YouGovAverage of 9 latest polls from different cos, polling 30 Oct-9 Nov: Con 38% Lab 29% Lib Dem 16% Brexit Party 9% Green 3% Projected Con majority 92 (Scotland projected from Panelbase & YouGov, 9-25 Oct)

@Survation  Average of 9 latest polls from different cos, polling 30 Oct-9 Nov: Con 38% Lab 29% Lib Dem 16% Brexit Party 9% Green 3% Projected Con majority 92 (Scotland projected from Panelbase & YouGov, 9-25 Oct)

UK (GB), YouGov poll: CON-ECR: 42% (+3) LAB-S&D: 28% (+2) LDEM-RE: 15% (-2) BREXIT-NI: 4% (-6) GREENS-G/EFA: 4% SNP-G/EFA: 3% (-1) PC-G/EFA: 1% (+1) +/- vs. 7-8 November 2019 Fieldwork: 11-12 November 2019 Sample size: 1,619 #GE2019  #GeneralElection19  #Brexit 

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@chunkymark  @YouGovY  @thetimeses  in fact all pollsters have changed their methodology since 2017. And in the European elections YouGov got Labour share bang on, and underestimated Tories

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#GeneralElection2019: Tories enjoy 14-point lead over Labour in new @YouGov  poll

this is interesting from @ChrisNuttall 's @fttechnews  newsletter: "encouragingly 59 per cent of people trust the National Health Service to use their personal data ethically, according to an ODI/YouGov survey."

PODCAST: Most polling got the 2017 election wrong, except for a YouGov poll which used the 'MRP' method. So is MRP again the key to understanding this election? Katy Balls speaks to James Forsyth and former Labour pollster James Morris

According to a recent and shocking YouGov poll, 55% of 18-24 year olds have been bullied online. #AntiBullyingWeek 

Those in households making over £150,000 a year are twice as likely to have come from wealthy families, YouGov’s Affluent Perspective polling of wealthy UK adults shows

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Most admired men in the world, 2019. 1. Bill Gates 2. Barack Obama 3. Jackie Chan 4. Xi Jinping 5. Jack Ma 6. Modi 7. Cristiano Ronaldo 8. Dalai Lama 9. Leo Messi 10. Putin (YouGov)

Economist/YouGov Poll: should House try to impeach Trump? 50% yes 39% no if House impeaches, should Senate remove Trump from office? 51% yes 39% no

New CBS News/YouGov polling on impeachment inquiry

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Economist/YouGov Poll: should House try to impeach Trump? 50% yes 39% no if House impeaches, should Senate remove Trump from office? 51% yes 39% no

The majority of Americans approve of congressional Democrats opening an impeachment inquiry into President Trump, according to a new CBS News / YouGov poll.

We've reviewed what was said re polling on . A YouGov poll published on the day of the programme suggested a lead for the Conservatives. Diane Abbott was also right that some other polls suggested Labour either as ahead or tied, & we should have made that clear.

Say they live in the best country in the world. US: 37% Saudi Arabia: 33% India: 31% Thailand: 31% Australia: 29% China: 29% Canada: 28% Egypt: 26% Indonesia: 24% Turkey: 18% Italy: 13% Denmark: 12% Mexico: 12% Brazil: 11% (YouGov) Longer list:

Latest YouGov poll has Brexit party with twice as many votes as Labour and Lib Dem’s. And three times more than Tories. This whole Brexit business could destroy the party system as we’ve known it.

Congrats to for being named one of the 10 most admired women in America (ahead of Elizabeth Warren and even Taylor Swift) according to new YouGov survey. Not surprisingly Jim didn’t make the list for men or women.

HOW AGES VOTED (YouGov poll) 18-24: 75% Remain 25-49: 56% Remain 50-64: 44% Remain 65+: 39% Remain #EUref 

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