Friday, 2 May 2014

LibDems to lose; Greens to gain?: New poll.

> YOUGOV: GREENS OUTPOLL LIB-DEMS IN EAST
>
> New polling has the Green
> Party on track to both finish ahead of the Liberal Democrats nationally
> and achieve the target of trebling the number of Greens in the European
> Parliament from two to six.
>
> Polling prepared by YouGov Plc on behalf
> of the Green Party (1), predicts the Green Party is on course to win 8%
> of the vote (see polling attached). The poll was conducted between 30
> April and 1 May 2014.
>
> The Green Party, which currently has two MEPs
> (Jean Lambert and Keith Taylor) are neck-and-neck with the Liberal
> Democrats. Greens are ahead of the Lib Dems in four of the nine English
> regions (the North-East, the North-West, Yorks and Humber and Eastern
> Region) with both parties polling on 11% in London.
>
> IN THE EAST OF
> ENGLAND, THE POLL SHOWS LIB-DEMS ON 6% WITH GREENS ON 7%.
>
> Natalie
> Bennett, Green Party Leader, said:
>
> "We have now entered the election
> period and Green candidates are finally getting a little more airtime
> and access. Voters are responding, whereas it seems the more voters
> focus on the Lib Dems the less likely they are to vote for them."
>
> The
> Greens believe that if they can snatch 4th place in terms of seats, it
> is going to force Nick Clegg out.
>
> Rupert Read, a former Liberal
> Democrat, now lead candidate for the Greens in Eastern region,
> commented:
>
> "Two years ago, the Liberal Democrats were split 50/50 on
> whether Clegg should lead them into the next election. We know that the
> debates were disastrous for the Liberal Democrats, and his tactical
> mistake boosted UKIP's campaign. Clegg's continued leadership of the
> party is under threat and the biggest story coming out of this election
> will be Clegg's resignation. That will depend on the Green Party result,
> more than that of UKIP. "
>
> Natalie Bennett continued:
>
> "When people
> hear about our worked-through policies - cleaning up our dangerously
> dirty air, turning the minimum wage into a Living Wage, providing more
> affordable housing and insulating every home - they vote Green. And when
> they vote Green they get Green. With a national swing of just 1.7% we
> can treble our number of MEPs."
>
> FURTHER INFORMATION/INTERVIEWS:
>
>
> Rupert Read: 07946 459066 / 01603 219294
>
> For more information, please
> contact press@greenparty.org.uk [1] / 020 7549 0315
>
> NOTES FOR EDITORS:
>
>
> All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total
> sample size was 1,813 adults. Fieldwork was undertaken between 30th
> April - 1st May 2014. The survey was carried out online. The figures
> have been weighted and are representative of all GB adults (aged 18+).
> Regional voting figures are based on unrepresentative samples and so the
> findings will not be accurate of all adults living in these areas. As
> such the data should be used anecdotally and the margin of error ranges
> from between 8% and 12% in these regions."
> See the data here:
> http://cdn.yougov.com/cumulus_uploads/document/15jn5ythnj/YG-Archive-140501-GreenParty.pdf
>
> ENDS
>
>
> Promoted by Grace Philip on behalf of Eastern Region Green Party
> European election candidate list,
>
> both c/o 27 Clarendon Road, Norwich,
> NR2 2PN.
>
> Call
> Send SMS
> Add to Skype
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>
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> YOUGOV: GREENS OUTPOLL LIB-DEMS IN EAST
>
> New polling has the Green
> Party on track to both finish ahead of the Liberal Democrats nationally
> and achieve the target of trebling the number of Greens in the European
> Parliament from two to six.
>
> Polling prepared by YouGov Plc on behalf
> of the Green Party (1), predicts the Green Party is on course to win 8%
> of the vote (see polling attached). The poll was conducted between 30
> April and 1 May 2014.
>
> The Green Party, which currently has two MEPs
> (Jean Lambert and Keith Taylor) are neck-and-neck with the Liberal
> Democrats. Greens are ahead of the Lib Dems in four of the nine English
> regions (the North-East, the North-West, Yorks and Humber and Eastern
> Region) with both parties polling on 11% in London.
>
> IN THE EAST OF
> ENGLAND, THE POLL SHOWS LIB-DEMS ON 6% WITH GREENS ON 7%.
>
> Natalie
> Bennett, Green Party Leader, said:
>
> "We have now entered the election
> period and Green candidates are finally getting a little more airtime
> and access. Voters are responding, whereas it seems the more voters
> focus on the Lib Dems the less likely they are to vote for them."
>
> The
> Greens believe that if they can snatch 4th place in terms of seats, it
> is going to force Nick Clegg out.
>
> Rupert Read, a former Liberal
> Democrat, now lead candidate for the Greens in Eastern region,
> commented:
>
> "Two years ago, the Liberal Democrats were split 50/50 on
> whether Clegg should lead them into the next election. We know that the
> debates were disastrous for the Liberal Democrats, and his tactical
> mistake boosted UKIP's campaign. Clegg's continued leadership of the
> party is under threat and the biggest story coming out of this election
> will be Clegg's resignation. That will depend on the Green Party result,
> more than that of UKIP. "
>
> Natalie Bennett continued:
>
> "When people
> hear about our worked-through policies - cleaning up our dangerously
> dirty air, turning the minimum wage into a Living Wage, providing more
> affordable housing and insulating every home - they vote Green. And when
> they vote Green they get Green. With a national swing of just 1.7% we
> can treble our number of MEPs."
>
> FURTHER INFORMATION/INTERVIEWS:
>
>
> Rupert Read: 07946 459066 / 01603 219294
>
> For more information, please
> contact press@greenparty.org.uk [1] / 020 7549 0315
>
> NOTES FOR EDITORS:
>
>
> All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total
> sample size was 1,813 adults. Fieldwork was undertaken between 30th
> April - 1st May 2014. The survey was carried out online. The figures
> have been weighted and are representative of all GB adults (aged 18+).
> Regional voting figures are based on unrepresentative samples and so the
> findings will not be accurate of all adults living in these areas. As
> such the data should be used anecdotally and the margin of error ranges
> from between 8% and 12% in these regions."
> See the data here:
> http://cdn.yougov.com/cumulus_uploads/document/15jn5ythnj/YG-Archive-140501-GreenParty.pdf
>
> ENDS
>
>
> Promoted by Grace Philip on behalf of Eastern Region Green Party
> European election candidate list,
>
> both c/o 27 Clarendon Road, Norwich,
> NR2 2PN.
>
> Call
> Send SMS
> Add to Skype
> You'll need Skype CreditFree
> via Skype
>
> Links:
> ------
> [1] mailto:press@greenparty.org.uk
> _______________________________________________
> Rp-eastern mailing list
> Rp-eastern@lists.greenparty.org.uk
> http://lists.greenparty.org.uk/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rp-eastern
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