Ipsos MORI’s new Political Monitor poll reveals Jeremy Corbyn now has the lowest net satisfaction ratings of any opposition leader since the survey began in 1977.
The Labour Party and Liberal Democrats are running neck-and-neck according to the latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor voting intention figures.
Q. I am going to read out the names of a number of people in public life. For each one I read out, I would like you to tell me if knowing that they intended to vote for a particular party would influence the way you vote or not?
Postal survey on Animal Welfare of MPs elected at the 1997 general election (re-analysis of a pre-election survey of candidates, once the election results were known)
Constituency poll for the Sun in Neil Hamilton's constituency
Data on issues facing Britain and the best party on these issues, satisfaction with party leaders, voting intention and likelihood to vote.
Q I'd like to ask you about things that might make you change your vote. Please tell me how likely or unlikely you would be to switch your vote to another party if the candidate of your preferred party ...
First wave of our 1997 General Election panel survey, for the Independent on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror, covering voting intentions as well as attitudes on other electoral issues
Political Attitudes in Great Britain: Data on likelihood to vote, voting intention, strength of support and party image, taken at the outset of the 1997 election campaign.
Q Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way ...
... the Government is running the country?
... [name] is doing his/her job as Prime Minister/Leader of the Opposition?Leader of the Liberal Democrats?