- MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,945 adults aged 18+ at 152 sampling points across Great Britain.
- Fieldwork was conducted face-to-face on 11 -16 March 1999.
- Base: All respondents, unless stated.
- The voting intention figures exclude those who say they would not vote (10%), are undecided (9%) or refuse to name a party (1%).
- All figures are in percentages. Where percentages do not sum to 100, this may be due to multiple responses, the exclusion of don't knows or computer rounding.
- Data were weighted to match the profile of the population.
- An asterisk (*) denotes a figure between zero and 0.5%.
- Research study conducted for The United Kingdom Independence Party
Q1 How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow? (If undecided or refused at Q1) Q2 Which party are you most inclined to support? -
|Will not/do not intend to vote||11|
Q2 The European Parliament elections will be on 10 June this year. If one of the parties adopted a policy of keeping the pound and Britain leaving the European Union would you be more likely to support it, less likely to support it, or would it make no difference?
Q3a At the European Elections, the UK Independence Party will be campaigning nation-wide for Britain to retain the pound for ever and to leave the European Union. Assuming the UK Independence Party is the only party campaigning for these policies, how would you vote in the European Elections on June 10? (If undecided or refused at Q3a) Q3b Which party are you most inclined to support?
|Scottish National Party||3|
|Will not/do not intend to vote||10|
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