Friday, February 16, 2007

Latest YouGov poll

Shows that under the leadership of Nigel Farage, UKIP have doubled the number of people who are planning on voting for us in the next general election. Whilst there is still a long way to go, of course, it is incredibly encouraging to see.

I am most pleased about the Midlands and Wales score, which shows UK Independence on 7% and bodes well for our Welsh campaign where we are the only party who want to stop the hideous waste that is yet another regional assembly stuffed to the brim with people who may have trouble with their own shoe laces.

The squeeze question this time was about voting intention apart from the three main parties, which shows that despite many in the media, leaders of the opposition etc. trying to discredit UK Independence by ridiculing their sensible policies such as cutting tax and free trade, many people do support us and what we stand for:

So there.

Much work still to do, but it's all moving in the right direction.


UKIP@HOME said...

One Poll does not make an election - recall the Poll a couple of weeks ago where they could only find 3 UKIP voters out of 2,000 people.

If you keep at 5% or more over the next few dozen polls then you will have political credibility.

Don't pin your hopes and propaganda on a single poll.

Sadly your last 3 by election results of 90, 40 ans just 8 votes tell a different story altogether.

I await future polls with much interest.

Trixy said...

Darling you're back! I've missed you!