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My offer is to work full time for our volunteers. My guarantee is to stand up for our voluntary party. My ambition is to keep winning.
If not for your efforts on the doorstep and the endless nights of telephone canvassing, we would not have defeated Corbyn’s Labour Party a year ago.
In August, this stood at almost 75 per cent. In January, it was 92 per cent. Can the Prime Minister revive grassroots optimism?
Only a small portion don’t care at all about the Union – but a sizeable minority now view it as less important as other political goals.
Our survey. Almost 75 per cent of members predict a Conservative majority at the next General Election.
It marks a slight shift from January this year, in which a bullish 92 per cent expected a Tory majority.
The Conservative Party suspends all non-digital campaigning, and directs activists to support the vulnerable
“Public safety has and will always remain our top priority… This is a time for looking out for each other, for our neighbours, friends and family.”
The discounted membership is now more widely available; a welcome step in raising recruitment, but only the beginning.
Our party’s ‘internal think tank’ has huge potential to engage new members, drive policy formation, and help us build and defend a ‘blue wall’.
Bullish Tory members: more than nine in ten think the next election will produce another Conservative majority
Our survey is a snapshot, five years before the event, but this is the starting benchmark: can the Government possibly keep confidence levels this high?
I wonder if this election will go down in history as the one where, at long last, such attitudes towards Conservatives were dispelled?
“Whatever the outcome, I want you to know how grateful I am for your support.”
There are some signs of improvement, and some continued problems. Share your experience with us to inform our analysis.
Social media is under scrutiny as never before, but there are still simple techniques you can use to connect with crucial voters.
A new study asks good questions without providing good answers.