Public Opinion

Kantar Pulse

What is twitter saying about the main four party leaders? And which of them has the most positive tweets?

UK voting intentions

Labour lead the Conservative Party by seven points

An issue with immigration?

Brits more concerned than European neighbours

No lead narrows

Voters start to make up their mind on Scottish independence

TNS UK Scottish Independence monitor July 2014
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