Across Great Britain, 38 per cent of decided voters and leaners (-2 since late January) would support the Conservative candidate in their constituency ifLooking at this more closely, Table 11, puts UKIP at 7% in both the Midlands and across the South. Weierder still, and even more encouraging this poll is " AMONGST RESPONDENTS AGED 18 TO 34", not traditionally the UK Independence Party's strongest demographic.
a General Election were held tomorrow.
The governing Labour Party remains in second place with 24 per cent (+1), followed by the Liberal Democrats with 20 per cent (+1).
The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) is fourth with six per cent (+1), followed by the British National Party (BNP) with three per cent (-1), and the Green Party also with three per cent (+1).
Which could well cause concern in certain lager parties planning departments.
This comes on top of this result last week in Staffordshire (somewhere where UKIP already have a number of councillors)
Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough - Newchapel: C 208, Ukip 148, Lab 138, Lib Dem 127. (May 2008 - C 416, Lab 220, Lib Dem 180, Ukip 127). C hold. Swing 10.4% C to Ukip.