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Public Opinion

Kantar UK Politics Pulse

Use our real-time Twitter tool to track what's being said about politics and which politicians are generating the most Twitter buzz

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What do our shopping baskets reveal about how we’re going to vote?

UKIP voters like brussel sprouts and tea, while Conservatives drink ground coffee and eat avocados

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Kantar Supermarket Swingometer

Take our quiz to see what your food choices say about who you might vote for in the 2015 UK Election

Supermarket Swingometer
Still no party making a clear break

28th April voting intention poll from Kantar's TNS

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Kantar UK election 2015 video

Taking the temperature of the nation in the run up to the general election

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Scottish National Party has retained its strong opinion poll lead in Scotland
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Poll ahead of 2016 Holyrood election
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6th May voting intention poll from Kantar's TNS
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Dr Michelle Harrison is Head of Political and Social Research at Kantar's TNS and is a skilled and…

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Luke Taylor is Head of Social and Political Attitudes at Kantar company, TNS BMRB.

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Claire Martin is editor and head of content at Kantar, contact her for more information about Kant…

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