UKIP will crush the Conservative Party in next year’s European elections, a ComRes/Sunday People poll has found. Only 22% of the 2000 people polled voted for the Tories while 23% voted for UKIP. The Labour Party finished first with 35% of the vote and Lib Dems stood last with 4%. The poll showed that voters would ditch David Cameron for Nigel Farage’s UKIP which wants Britain to vote out of the EU. However, if Cameron promises an in-out referendum on Europe, 37% of UKIP voters would probably choose the PM over Farage. The poll also reveals that while 63% of the public are keen on an in/out referendum, support for outright withdrawal is down to 33% since the last ComRes poll on the issue in October 2011.Editor's comment - Is this the first time ever anywhere on the planet that a libertarian party of all others is actually ahead in an election poll?
Monday, January 14, 2013
Holy Sh*t!! Libertarian UKIP pulls ahead of Conservative Tories?
48% say EU membership too costly to Britain, over 27% Londonlovesbusiness.com, UKIP to take one-point lead in 2014 European elections, shows poll: