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Survey finds what voters think of UK politics

15th April 2015 11:36

A recent survey has found that some 80 per cent of UK voters are unhappy with UK democracy, as it stands. The survey also found that all party leaders have negative approval ratings, aside from Nicola Sturgeon of the SNP. By 2025, it is estimated that just… Read more...

Labour supporters most likely to reject their child for being gay, survey finds

20th March 2015 13:10

According to a survey - which examined attitudes towards LGBT individuals - a correlation has been found between which political party one votes for and their opinions towards LGBT people. The survey found that those who support Labour are most likely to… Read more...

Housing should be the main priority for the next government, Newsbeat finds

19th March 2015 16:22

A recent survey – commissioned by Newsbeat – has gained an insight into what young people would like the next government to prioritise. The 6,345 respondents were questioned about a range of issues, such as which problems should be tackled by… Read more...

Just 10 per cent believe that MPs want the best for the UK

22nd January 2015 11:55

A recent study has found that just 10 per cent of people believe that politicians in the UK genuinely want to “do their best for the country”. Findings of the study - commissioned by Southampton University - highlight the falling level of confidence… Read more...

Nearly three in five people in London don’t want Scotland to influence English decisions

22nd January 2015 12:51

A new poll by YouGov has found that nearly three in five (58%) people in London want Scottish MPs to be exempt from English decision-making. The findings showed that 58 per cent of the respondents believe that MPs from Scottish constituencies should not be… Read more...

Labour takes the lead in national opinion polls after Rochester by-election

27th November 2014 14:02

Lord Ashcroft claims that Labour is 5 points ahead of The Conservatives in national election polls. This comes on the heels of the Rochester and Strood by-elections. The survey of 1,004 participants polled people from 21st November to the 24th November 2014.… Read more...

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