• Vote Intention Poll – 12-15 August

    In ICM’s latest poll, the Conservatives continue to hold a strong vote share – well ahead of Labour – although support has dropped by 3 percentage points since our July poll. The full voting intention shares are:

    Conservative: 40% (-3)

    Labour: 28% (+1)

    UKIP: 14% (+1)

    Liberal Democrat: 8% (=)

    SNP 4% (=)

    Green 4% (=)

    Plaid Cymru 1% (=)

    Other 1% (+1)

  • Vote Intention Poll – July 22-24th 2016

    In the latest ICM Unlimited poll, the Labour Party share of the vote continues to drop steeply, now down to 27% – a figure not seen (in the ICM/Guardian) series since October 2009. It drops 2-points from our most recent published poll (13-15th July) with the Conservatives up +4 on the same poll, and again at a level not seen since the same October 2009 poll.

    Clearly, the relative calm associated with the handover of power from David Cameron to Theresa May, allied to the current Labour leadership challenge weighs heavily on electors’ minds.

    The shares are:

    Conservative 43% (+4)

    Labour 27% (-2)

    UKIP 13% (-1)

    Liberal Democrat 8% (-1)

    SNP 4% (nc)

    Green 4% (nc)

    Plaid Cymru 1% (nc)

    Other *% (-1)