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Still no party making a clear break

Michelle Harrison

CEO Kantar Public

Politics 29.04.2015 / 11:00

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28th April voting intention poll from Kantar's TNS

Kantar's TNS voting intentions poll for 28th April 2015 shows that despite the noise and bluster the polls are not breaking for either the Conservatives or Labour.

LAB 33% (-1), CON 34% (+2), LIB DEM 7% (-1), UKIP 15% (0), GREEN 5% (0), OTHER 5% (-1)

As polling day approaches, attention is turning to what happens if no party secures an overall majority. As the smaller parties continue to poll strongly, it suggests a fragmented system and a Britain in political flux.

Source : Kantar TNS

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