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As coronavirus cases surge, public confidence in the government’s handling of Covid-19 has plummeted.
Those party members who backed Starmer for leader now account for a significantly larger share than during the contest.
The government will have few polling aces up its sleeve once the population is vaccinated and Covid cases are surging.
Does a national victory translate into government support, or does greater public optimism favour the oppostion?
Despite what many on the left assume, Lib Dem voters often split evenly between Labour and Conservative candidates when given the choice.
Polling for the New Statesman suggests more than half of Britons think the country should not welcome tourists from abroad this year.
Some of his revelations have been explosive, but that doesn't mean they will sway the polls.
Despite recent election success, the UK government is more likely than not to be viewed unfavourably over its handling of the pandemic.
Chart of the Day: With less than one week until the local elections, the Conservatives lead with 43 per cent to Labour’s 34 per cent.
Voter disaffection with Labour councils has given opportunity for Green growth in some of the most unexpected parts of England.
Around half of those surveyed said they would feel unsafe taking either of the jabs, according to new polling for the New Statesman.