Polling Results

Political Polling – 10th February 2015

10th February 2015

Both Labour and the Conservatives rise by one point to 35% and 33% respectively.

UKIP drops by one point to 14%. The Liberal Democrats have risen slightly to 8%, pushing the Greens on 6% back into fifth place.

Voting Intention Tracker

Voting intention – all parties

Liberal Democrats8+1
Plaid Cymru0n/c

Approval ratings

David Cameron maintains his lead as the major party leader with the highest net approval rating. The Prime Minister is on -1% versus -29% for Labour leader Ed Miliband, -40% for Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and -21% for UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

This is the highest score for David Cameron for three years.

% Approve% DisapproveNet ratingNet rating (own party)
David Cameron41%42%-1%+87%
Ed Miliband23%52%-29%+40%
Nick Clegg16%56%-40%+46%
Nigel Farage27%48%-21%+82%

Until the general election, the Opinium / Observer poll will now be published once a week instead of once a fortnight. We have also made some slight changes to our methodology, details of which can be found here.

Opinium Research carried out an online survey of 1,969 GB adults aged 18+ from 10th to 12th February 2015. Results have been weighted to nationally representative criteria.

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