The weekly YouGov/Sunday Times poll is up online here. Topline voting intentions are CON 32%, LAB 39%, LDEM 10%, UKIP 14%.
Most of the survey covers British attitudes to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Broadly speaking, public opinion is strongly on the side of the Ukraine over Russia, but that does not necessarily translate into support for any real western intervention. Only 11% of people think that Russia’s intervention into the Crimea is justified, 67% think it is not. 50% are more sympathetic towards the Ukraine, just 3% Russia.
42% of people think that Britain and the west should take some sort of economic sanctions on Russia even if it damages the British economy slightly, 25% think the dispute between Russia and the Ukraine does not impact British interests, so we should not do anything that might damage our own economy, however slight.
Asked about some specific measures, the only response that gets clear support is trade sanctions against Russia (by 50% to 25%). People are divided over expelling Russia from the G8 (38% support, 33% oppose), freezing Russian assets (38% support, 33% oppose) or giving financial aid to Ukraine (32% support, 38% oppose). There is majority opposition to breaking off diplomatic relations with Russia (21% support, 55% oppose), giving military aid to Ukraine (15% support, 59% oppose) or deploying Western troops to Russia (11% support, 64% oppose).
Ramping up the situation, if Russia takes permanent control of the Crimea and all diplomatic and economic attempts to stop them fail 15% of people would support the USA and allies taking military action. 48% say the west should use diplomatic and economic means to try and stop it, but should stop short of military action.