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No party has made a clear break

Michelle Harrison

CEO Kantar Public

Politics 21.04.2015 / 11:00

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21st April voting intention poll from Kantar's TNS

The voting intentions poll from Kantar's TNS for 21st April 2015 points to neither Labour nor the Conservative party securing a decisive bounce after the debates and manifesto launches.

The latest figures are: LAB 34% (+2), CON 32% (-2), LIB DEM 8% (-1), UKIP 15% (+1), GREEN 5% (0), OTHER 6% (+1).

All the indications are that we continue to face a result where no one party secures an overall majority. The continued evidence of strong polling for the minor parties points to a fragmented system and a Britain in political flux.

Source : Kantar TNS

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