Perceptions on if MPs were right to quit the Labour Party 2019, by political party

This statistic presents the results of a survey of British adults, which asked them if they thought that seven Labour MPs were right to leave the party and start an independent political group in 2019. Of respondents, 46 percent thought that they were right to leave, although only 33 percent of Labour supporters thought this way, compared with 68 percent of Conservative voters.

This week several Labour MPs announced they were quitting the Labour party. From what you have seen or heard, do you think they were right to leave, or should they have stayed?

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Release date

February 2019


United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

Feburary 18, 2019

Number of respondents


Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

GB Adults

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* Results are weighted to be representative of the GB population.

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