Tonight’s YouGov poll for the Sunday Times has topline figures of CON 32%, LAB 44%, LDEM 10%, UKIP 8%. While it’s within the margin of error of the 9-10 point Labour leads that YouGov have been showing of late, it is the largest Labour lead they’ve shown for a good month, and follows a week when we saw three eleven point Labour leads. One should be very careful about reading too much into small movements in polls, but it’s worth keeping an eye on.

151 Responses to “YouGov/Sunday Times – CON 32, LAB 44, LD 10, UKIP 8”

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  1. @ Scotswaehae

    “Incidentally; Olympic Gold medals per million people: CHN: 0.14 GER: 0.61 USA: 0.66 FRA: 1.07 KOR: 1.23 GBR: 1.33. I’m happy to call it a win for us.”

    I think that’s a silly statistic. I don’t dismiss the medals that China or India wins because their populations are so far larger than the U.S. Medals are medals. (Of course, I give great credit to silvers and bronzes, especially in sports that aren’t a nation’s traditional strength).

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