Opinion poll topics

Recent national opinion polls
Current state of party support nationally as measured by the opinion pollsters. Data are shown in both graphical and tabular form for national polls taken over the last month or so.
Live updates

All national opinion polls since 2010
Complete record of national opinion polls since the last general election in May 2010.
Live updates

Scottish opinion polls record
Current state of party support in Scotland, along with a record of Scottish opinion polls since May 2010.
Updated when Scottish polls published

Making predictions
Links to prediction tools available on this website.
2 May 1997

Science of opinion polling
Introductory article to the science of opinion polls, describing the importance of sample size and quotas.
31 July 2004

Final campaign polls May 2010
Historical record of polls published in the run-up to the May 2010 election.
15 May 2010

Final campaign polls May 2005
Historical record of polls published in the run-up to the May 2005 election.
6 May 2005

Final campaign polls June 2001
Historical record of polls published in the run-up to the June 2001 election.
8 June 2001

Links to pollsters
Links to the major pollsters, political and electoral blogs, and electoral data sources.
Updated periodically

Opinion Polls

Recent opinion polls

Opinion Polls From 2010

Some of the most recent opinion polls are listed here

PollsterSample datesSample sizeCON%LAB%LIB%UKIP%
ELECTION 20106 May 201037.029.723.63.2
TNS BMRB10 Jun 14 - 12 Jun 141,1952935623
Independent on Sunday;
Sunday Mirror/ComRes
11 Jun 14 - 13 Jun 142,0343234718
The Guardian/ICM13 Jun 14 - 15 Jun 141,00131321016
Evening Standard/Ipsos-MORI14 Jun 14 - 17 Jun 141,0013134814
The Observer/Opinium17 Jun 14 - 19 Jun 141,9463135717
Populus25 Jun 14 - 26 Jun 142,0213435813
Sunday Times/YouGov26 Jun 14 - 27 Jun 141,9363337814
Mail on Sunday/Survation27 Jun 14 - 27 Jun 141,0002736722
AVERAGE10 Jun 14 - 27 Jun 1412,13431.534.9 7.616.7

New opinion polls will be published here as they become available.

Making Predictions

You can make predictions in three ways:

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