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We would expect something like this if City of Chester was contested in a *General Election* today. LAB 60% (+10) CON 28% (-10) LD 5% (-2) Others 6% (+1) Nb Lower turnout/candidate line up for by-elections etc. Chgs vs 2019 Source Survation/@chrishanretty MRP for @38degrees
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New research conducted for @ageuklondon finds the suspension on pre-9am travel for Older Persons Freedom Pass and 60+ Oyster Card holders has prevented 16% of Older Londoners from undertaking caring responsibilities and forced 13% to stop working.
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Stats from our @Survation survey. 500 primary teachers surveyed, the results depict the reality of child hunger today. Tomorrow we're joining @Food_Foundation @BiteBack2030 et al in Westminster to raise awareness for #FeedTheFuture. Kids are our future, let's feed them like it.
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New polling with fieldwork conducted 1-3 November – just over a week after Rishi Sunak’s takeover sees Labour’s voting intention lead over the Conservatives remaining considerable, at 23 points. Changes below are since our prior poll with fieldwork 26th-27th October.
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Labour remain in a position higher than polling leads seen at the end section of the Truss administration.
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Sunak begins his premiership & Conservative party leadership with a net favourability rating of -7, ahead of both his party on -24 and Government on -43. Keir Starmer, with a favourability rating of +9 fares better than Sunak, with Labour enjoying a +9 net favourability.
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Reflective of his superior favourability ratings Keir Starmer leads the “best Prime Minister” question with 39% opting for him as Best Prime Minister in a forced choice vs Sunak on 34%, 27% say they don’t know.
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In terms of economic trust, respondents are more likely to say they trust Labour’s shadow Chancellor, Rachel Reeves than Chancellor Jeremy Hunt:
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Significantly more think that Jeremy Hunt is not competent (41%) than believe he is (29%), and while Rishi Sunak is most likely of those listed to be described as competent (43%) this is not at present enough to move his party’s voting intention in an upward direction.
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NEW: Westminster Voting Intention LAB 51% (-1) CON 27% (+4) LD 8% (-3) SNP 5% (+1) GRN 2% (-1) Others 6% (-1) Changes vs. 18-19 Oct.
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“Regardless of your current voting intention, would you or would you not consider voting for the following parties in the next general election?”
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Note: for each named party, the respondent base is people who told us they would vote, other than those who told us they would vote for the named party.
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Polling conducted 18th-19th October of 1,617 UK adults found Labour further extending their lead over the Conservatives, in a sign that new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s reversal of many of the controversial mini-budget plans is yet to install confidence among voters.
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Just 12% of the public have a favourable view of the Prime Minister, and are more than 3 times more likely to have a favourable view of Keir Starmer (39% favourable).
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The new Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt is considered “competent” by 33% (although 37% would not say that, 27% don’t know) – somewhat better than the Prime Minister’s lowly 10% competence rating.
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