Survey of GB adults on voting intention and life in Britain for the Daily Express.
- The Conservatives and Labour are neck and neck, with 40% of the vote each
- Despite the two main parties polling neck and neck, those who disagree that the economy would be stronger if Corbyn was PM outnumber those who agree by more than two to one (51% to 24%)
- Just over one in five (22%) overall say international confidence in Britain’s economy would be stronger with Corbyn as PM, with more than half of voters (52%) disagreeing
- By a ratio of more than two to one, British people feel there has ‘probably never been a better time to be alive’
- ‘The beauty of the British countryside’ tops poll of what people most value about Britain
- 85% think the NHS ‘rightly a tremendous source of national pride’
- Also, by more than two to one, people feel Britain can be proud of the impending Royal Wedding and birth of Prince Louis
Date Published: 02/05/2018
Categories: Politics | UK
Client: Daily Express
Savanta ComRes interviewed 2,030 GB adults online between 27 and 29 April 2018. Data were weighted to be representative of all GB adults and by past vote recall and likelihood to vote. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.