General Election 2017

A consolidated view of Ipsos MORI polling and analysis of the 2017 UK General Election with our key long term social and political trends.

General Election 2017

The author(s)

  • Ben Page Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI
  • Gideon Skinner Head of Political Research
  • Kully Kaur-Ballagan Ipsos Public Affairs, UK
  • Claire Emes Ipsos UU, UK
  • Dr. Roger Mortimore Ipsos Public Affairs, UK
  • Glenn Gottfried Ipsos Public Affairs, UK
Get in touch

Ipsos MORI General Election 2017This page consolidates all our latest polling, analysis and trend data for General Election 2017. For further information, please contact a member of the team using the details below.

 

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Latest polls

8 June: Ipsos MORI's Final Election Poll 2017
7 June: Understanding the General Election using Neuroscience
2 June: Theresa May's personal ratings fall as Labour reduces Conservative lead
31 May: SNP look set to become biggest party in upcoming election
22 May: Analysis of interaction between leave/remain and Conservative/Labour supporters
22 May: Seven in ten expect a Conservative majority on June 8th

18 May: Labour vote share rises - but their support is much softer than Conservatives'

4 May: Most think Theresa May will not achieve her target to cut net migration to the “tens of thousands”

27 April: Conservatives lead on four of the five most important issues for the public

26 April: Theresa May has big lead as most capable Prime Minister

18 April: Half of public support more immigration by highly skilled workers

16 March: Satisfaction with Hammond drops, as does economic optimism

16 February: Theresa May's honeymoon continues as Jeremy Corbyn still struggles with public approval

19 January: Britain still divided on priorities for Brexit negotiations

Comment & Analysis

8 June: Is the NHS Labour's secret weapon in the election? - Kate Duxbury
7 June: The number of young people that will vote could decide the election (Times) - Ben Page
2 June: How do millennials vote? Debunking the myths (Prospect) - Bobby Duffy
25 May: 2017 Election - what to expect (presentation to CBI) - Ben Page

23 May: The Brexit Election (Times) - Kully Kaur-Ballagan

22 May: Much quicker results flow on 8 June 2017? - David Cowling
19 May: Labour's soft vote (Times) - Ben Page
12 May: Leave voters in Halifax (Huff Post) - Paul Carroll
11 May: 1983 and all that - David Cowling
9 May: May's net migration targets (Times) - Kully Kaur-Ballagan
27 April: NHS's role in 2017 election (BMJ) - Ben Page
27 April: May's striking personal ratings (Times) - Gideon Skinner
18 April: Unpredictable election for pollsters (Independent) - Bobby Duffy


Long Term Trends

Voting Intention
How Britain voted in 2015
Leader satisfaction ratings
Definitely decided vs may change mind
Most capable Prime Minister
Issues facing Britain
Best party on key issues
All of our social and political trends


Experts

Ben Page | CEO, Ipsos MORI | 020 7347 3000
Bobby Duffy | MD, Social Research Institute | 020 7347 3267
Gideon Skinner | Head of Political Research | 020 7347 3260
Kully Kaur-Ballagan | Head of Race, Faith and Social Cohesion Research | 020 7347 3177
Claire Emes | Head of Ipsos UU | 020 7347 3063
Dr. Roger Mortimore | Director of Political Analysis | 020 7347 3218
Glenn Gottfried | Research Manager, Political Research | 020 7347 3942

Press

Hannah Millard | Head of Media Relations | 020 3347 3452

The author(s)

  • Ben Page Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI
  • Gideon Skinner Head of Political Research
  • Kully Kaur-Ballagan Ipsos Public Affairs, UK
  • Claire Emes Ipsos UU, UK
  • Dr. Roger Mortimore Ipsos Public Affairs, UK
  • Glenn Gottfried Ipsos Public Affairs, UK

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