However, chaos with E̵d̵ ̵M̵i̵l̵i̵b̵a̵n̵d̵ Theresa May then ensued… Best PM rating: May, pre GE2017 – highest 54% / lowest 43% May, post GE2017 – highest 40% / lowest 23% Corbyn, pre GE2017 – highest 32% / lowest 13% Corbyn, post GE2017 – highest 39% / lowest 15%
Jeremy Corbyn says UK military interventions have fuelled terrorism at home. He said the same during GE2017, and the public agree. By 53% to 24% Britons think wars the UK has supported/fought are at least partly responsible for terror attacks against us
Voting intention among 18-29 year olds, by GE2017 vote 18-29 year old GE2019 CONSERVATIVE voters Conservative - 75% Lib Dem - 14% Labour - 6% 18-29 year old GE2019 LABOUR voters Labour - 78% Lib Dem - 9% Green - 6% Conservative - 4%
2) Here’s the same thing adjusted for current polling: • In every seat, margin is now GE2017 + each party’s swing in that region since then, e.g in the south east the LDs are up 12pts, Cons are down 13pts This would put a handful of current Con seats into likely LD territory.
NEW: Another #GE2019 Strategy Scatter™️, this time for Lib Dems’ fight against the Tories 1) First up, here’s the Lib Dem margin in all Tory-held seats at GE2017, and the estimated vote for Remain • Further left = safer Tory • Higher up = more Remain
Westminster voting intention in the WALES (31 Oct - 4 Nov) Lab - 29% (-20 from GE2017 result) Con - 28% (-6) Brexit Party - 15% (+13 on UKIP GE2017) Plaid Cymru - 12% (+2) Lib Dem - 12% (+7) Green - 3% (+3)
alright fellow "YOUNG PEOPLE" i know the concept of going outside is terrifying but its rather important today so please go and VOTE #GE2017
We don't know when Brexit talks start. We know when they must end. Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "no negotiations". #GE2017