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Despite what many on the left assume, Lib Dem voters often split evenly between Labour and Conservative candidates when given the choice.
Keir Starmer has shied away from scrutinising coronavirus laws – but exclusive polling for the New Statesman shows his supporters’ discomfort with restrictions.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds Labour voters divided over the party’s identity, and lacking confidence that it can win back Scotland.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds Labour voters split on key questions of identity.
In a true emergency, we don’t want politicians who act based on the latest opinion poll – we want experts with a plan.
The 2014 independence referendum showed that when the former Labour prime minister spoke, Scotland listened. Will it do so again?
Some voters feel the Labour leader is absent and invisible. But for others, it’s enough that he’s “not Corbyn”.
The Prime Minister has suffered a remarkable fall in public approval during the Covid-19 crisis – but could he yet recover?
What exists of a culture war in the UK is waged largely on the sidelines by fringe parties, social media groups and newspaper op-eds.
Nationally, polling may look positive for Labour, but the regional picture shows that the party cannot win without regaining the north
Welcome to the first weekly poll and public opinion summary for the New Statesman.