The monthly Ipsos MORI poll for the Standard is out today and has topline voting intention figures of CON 32%(+1), LAB 35%(-3), LDEM 13%(+1), UKIP 11%(+1). Full tabs are here.

There’s quite a lot of other stuff in this month’s poll. 47% of people now think that the government is doing a good job managing the economy, 46% a bad job (compared to 36% good, 55% bad when MORI asked by in 2011), there is also a big shift in the government’s favour on unemployment, 44% now think they are doing well at keeping unemployment down, up from 15% in 2011. However, there is still a perception that the rich are benefiting more than others. 73% think the government have done a good job of raising the standard of living for the rich, but only 19% think they’ve done the same for the poor (for respondents themselves, 30% think the government have done a good job of improving their standard of living).

MORI also asked about which party they think deserves the most credit for the £10,000 personal tax allowance – something that the Conservatives and Lib Dems have been arguing over taking the credit for and which in hindsight I’m rather surprised no one has asked before. 45% of people give the Lib Dems credit for it, compared to 33% who give the Tories the credit.


202 Responses to “Ipsos MORI/Standard – CON 32, LAB 35, LDEM 13, UKIP 11”

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  1. Tony D

    Re ” This could have a major impact given the “pseudo-moral” LD line that the largest parliamentary party (no matter what balance of votes were polled!?) has first call on the LDs for negotiating an incoming government.”

    I did not know that the LDs had defined what ‘largest mandate’ means votes or seats and thought they were still as vague as they were before the last GE.

    Have I missed something?

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  2. I don’t think either party will want a formal coalition with the LibDems.

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