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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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Boris Johnson: how he could lose

Politics / UK Politics : Telegraph.co.uk Politics Blog (3 years ago)

There’s more good news for Boris today in the latest mayoral opinion poll – the first public one in almost six months – which shows him maintaining his big lead over Ken Livingstone. He is ahead by eight points – 48 per cent to 40 –... Read Post

Boris' poll lead evaporates

Politics / UK Politics : The Coffee House (3 years ago)

It looks like the May's election for Mayor of London will be a close run thing. A new poll today from YouGov has Ken Livingstone two points ahead of Boris Johnson – a big turnaround from the eight point lead Boris had in June: Ken s... Read Post

The Tories drop to their lowest point ever in a ComRes phone poll in tonight’s survey for the Indy

Politics / UK Politics : PoliticalBetting.com (2 days ago)

And LAB moves to 6^ lead with YouGov For whatever reason see section the regular phone polls are tending to produce more extreme figures than online firms and so it is with tonight’s ComRes phone poll for the Independent. The Tory s... Read Post


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