Yesterday’s Lord Ashcroft poll casts light on its chances of winning Westminster seats – and on where Nigel Farage might stand.
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Four-party politics is driving striking changes – and there are two seats where UKIP is now in the lead.
Lord Ashcroft: My new poll suggests that Labour would win 17 seats from the LibDems were the election held today
Taken together, my two latest battleground surveys suggest up to half of all Lib Dem MPs could be at risk next May.
If UKIP voters switch in those Blue-Yellow marginals, they look more likely to vote Tory than LibDem
The average across these seats is: Rule Out Conservatives – 63 per cent; Rule out Labour – 75 per cent; Rule out LibDems – 74 per cent.
Actually, scrap the other eleven, and just stick to one. The economy. The economy. The economy…
Hundreds of seats are yet to select, and there are claims of deliberate delays.
The squeeze isn’t really over. But there are other boons for marginal voters in today’s employment statistics.
In the wake of the floods, the Government has already stumped up extra cash for fixing potholes. It should try to find more for this popular policy.