Voting intention of GB adults for the UK 2017 general election

This statistic shows results from a survey conducted in Great Britain between January and June 2017 on the voting intention of GB adults. Results show Conservative party to have gained 4 percent during that time, with 42 percent of respondents in the most recent surveyed time period expressing their intent of voting for Theresa May's party. By comparison, the share of respondents aiming to vote for Labour experienced an even greater rise of 12 percent, coming in at 38 percent of votes at the beginning of June. Support for UKIP on the other hand has been declining during that time, stagnating with only 4 percent of respondents reporting being intent on voting for the party between May 24th and 25th.

Voting intention of adults in Great Britain regarding the United Kingdom (UK) general election on June 8th 2017

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Source

Release date

May 2017

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

January to May 2017

Number of respondents

Various*

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* The source indicates: "Over the last ten years, YouGov has carefully recruited a panel of over 800,000 British adults to take part in our surveys. Panel members are recruited from a host of different sources, including via standard advertising, and strategic partnerships with a broad range of websites. When a new panel member is recruited, a host of socio-demographic information is recorded. For nationally representative samples, YouGov draws a sub-sample of the panel that is representative of British adults in terms of age, gender, social class and type of newspaper (upmarket, mid-market, red-top, no newspaper), and invites this sub-sample to complete a survey."
This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Which of these political parties would you be voting for in an election?"

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