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Ben Walker is a data journalist at the New Statesman.
Nationally, polling may look positive for Labour, but the regional picture shows that the party cannot win without regaining the north
Trump’s nickname for Clinton conceptualised all that she was to a lot of Americans. The same cannot be said for “Sleepy Joe”.
The shift in favour of the Scottish Yes side is now the most prolonged in polling history.
To win re-election, the US president needs to unite his “red wall” core vote, while sowing doubt among Joe Biden’s.
Nearly 60 per cent of Biden supporters say their vote is directed against Trump rather than for the Democratic nominee.
Welcome to the first weekly poll and public opinion summary for the New Statesman.
For the first time, the New Statesman has built a model to forecast the outcome of a presidential election.
Public approval of the government has fallen to its lowest level this year, but it remains higher than before the 2019 election.