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Boris Johnson to be re-elected, but Brian Coleman, Richard Barnes and Kit Malthouse at risk: new poll

We have a poll in tomorrow’s paper from Survation, a member of the British Polling Council. Like today’s ComRes, it shows Boris Johnson in an eight-point lead, 54-46, to retain the mayoralty. That’s the good news for Boris. The bad news is (a) the fieldwork was done before the economy went into double-dip recession and [...]
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