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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning 13:09 - May 7 with 4361 viewsTommyparker

Conservatives 50%
Labour 30%
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:12 - May 7 with 2044 views26_Paz

I'm a little surprised the Tories aren't further ahead to be honest
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:14 - May 7 with 2025 viewsSpruceMoose

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:12 - May 7 by 26_Paz

I'm a little surprised the Tories aren't further ahead to be honest


Killed off too many of their voters in care homes.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:15 - May 7 with 2021 views26_Paz

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:14 - May 7 by SpruceMoose

Killed off too many of their voters in care homes.


Haha, that's pretty funny, i'll give you that one
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:19 - May 7 with 2007 viewssparks

Depressing.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:23 - May 7 with 1986 viewsSwansea_Blue

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:19 - May 7 by sparks

Depressing.


The poll?
The post?
The level of incisive commentary around the figures?

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:39 - May 7 with 1947 viewsuefacup81

I dare say there may not be any significant movement in the polls until Brexit is actually done and dusted.

As the December result showed, there's a large core of voters who rank 'getting Brexit done' above and beyond anything else.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:50 - May 7 with 1916 viewsmonytowbray

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:39 - May 7 by uefacup81

I dare say there may not be any significant movement in the polls until Brexit is actually done and dusted.

As the December result showed, there's a large core of voters who rank 'getting Brexit done' above and beyond anything else.


Such as people not dying doing their job.

So long as they clap it’s all okay though. Problem solved.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:52 - May 7 with 1908 viewsmonytowbray

Also I thought Starmer was Labour’s saviour and would win an election hands down?

I worry Labour’s best chance in many years will be 2017, yet was sabotaged both internally and those who wanted a more neoliberal leader.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 14:10 - May 7 with 1881 viewsPinewoodblue

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:52 - May 7 by monytowbray

Also I thought Starmer was Labour’s saviour and would win an election hands down?

I worry Labour’s best chance in many years will be 2017, yet was sabotaged both internally and those who wanted a more neoliberal leader.


Or those who did not want a more neoliberalist leader.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 14:19 - May 7 with 1859 viewsGeoffSentence

dont worry, there's nearly five years for people to come to their senses

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:28 - May 7 with 1811 viewsfactual_blue

Just down from the 52% idiocy baseline then.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:34 - May 7 with 1803 viewsBlueBadger

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:52 - May 7 by monytowbray

Also I thought Starmer was Labour’s saviour and would win an election hands down?

I worry Labour’s best chance in many years will be 2017, yet was sabotaged both internally and those who wanted a more neoliberal leader.


It's not that we want a 'more neoliberal'(spare us the needlessly inflammatory terms, BTW) Labour leader we NEED an infinitely more competent one.
Labour's chances for the next ten years were sabotaged by an incompetent leader. Given that we've had 3 increasingly incompetent Tory PM's in the time the Dear Leader was in charge, it's even more embarrassing and (more importantly)DAMAGING that Labour didn't make any kind of gains. Right now, this is probably the long game - they didn't recover from 1982(until last year, Labour's biggest post-ward defeat) until the mid-90's.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:51 - May 7 with 1768 viewsSwansea_Blue

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:34 - May 7 by BlueBadger

It's not that we want a 'more neoliberal'(spare us the needlessly inflammatory terms, BTW) Labour leader we NEED an infinitely more competent one.
Labour's chances for the next ten years were sabotaged by an incompetent leader. Given that we've had 3 increasingly incompetent Tory PM's in the time the Dear Leader was in charge, it's even more embarrassing and (more importantly)DAMAGING that Labour didn't make any kind of gains. Right now, this is probably the long game - they didn't recover from 1982(until last year, Labour's biggest post-ward defeat) until the mid-90's.


Labour's just like ITFC. They had an 'improved performance' while losing in 2017, and then 2 years later went and bombed. Stands to reason Lambert needs to go now before he becomes our JC and we end up losing even more.

OK that analogy needs a bit of shoehorning in, but I'm sticking by it.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:51 - May 7 with 1768 viewsMattinLondon

Not really surprising - all the news is focused on the PM at the moment and the public have swallowed the Tory PR spin of everyone sticking together.

Once things are back to normal it’ll be interesting to see how Labour do with a leader who is t perceived to be hard left.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:57 - May 7 with 1749 viewsBlueBadger

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:51 - May 7 by Swansea_Blue

Labour's just like ITFC. They had an 'improved performance' while losing in 2017, and then 2 years later went and bombed. Stands to reason Lambert needs to go now before he becomes our JC and we end up losing even more.

OK that analogy needs a bit of shoehorning in, but I'm sticking by it.


The Lambert analogy just WORKS with any kind of incompetence that idiots will blindly support, I reckon.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:15 - May 7 with 1720 viewsBlueBadger

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:51 - May 7 by MattinLondon

Not really surprising - all the news is focused on the PM at the moment and the public have swallowed the Tory PR spin of everyone sticking together.

Once things are back to normal it’ll be interesting to see how Labour do with a leader who is t perceived to be hard left.


Hard left? That can't be right, all the Momentum loons keep saying he's basically a Tory with a red tie.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:36 - May 7 with 1696 viewsgazzer1999

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 13:14 - May 7 by SpruceMoose

Killed off too many of their voters in care homes.


Very poor taste.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:52 - May 7 with 1654 viewsmrshallisfit

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 14:19 - May 7 by GeoffSentence

dont worry, there's nearly five years for people to come to their senses


But why isn't it down now? We have the highest fatality rate in Europe. How can people reward that? I am stunned.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:56 - May 7 with 1650 viewsr2d2

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:28 - May 7 by factual_blue

Just down from the 52% idiocy baseline then.


Talking of idiots...........
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:57 - May 7 with 1644 viewsMattinLondon

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:15 - May 7 by BlueBadger

Hard left? That can't be right, all the Momentum loons keep saying he's basically a Tory with a red tie.


Sorry, that was meant to read ‘who isn’t perceived as hard left’.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:58 - May 7 with 1635 viewsfooters

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:56 - May 7 by r2d2

Talking of idiots...........


Yes hello, we've been waiting for your input.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 17:00 - May 7 with 1621 viewsMattinLondon

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:36 - May 7 by gazzer1999

Very poor taste.


Still funny.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 17:04 - May 7 with 1602 viewsDarth_Koont

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:51 - May 7 by Swansea_Blue

Labour's just like ITFC. They had an 'improved performance' while losing in 2017, and then 2 years later went and bombed. Stands to reason Lambert needs to go now before he becomes our JC and we end up losing even more.

OK that analogy needs a bit of shoehorning in, but I'm sticking by it.


Corbyn is Mick. Started off well compared to his predecessors, up against it all the way, nearly made it and went sour when the numbskulls really turned on him.

Starmer is Hurst ... talks a good game that the same numbskulls lap up but in practice takes us backwards.

Actually, I don't think that at all about Starmer. I'm still hoping that he can be the perfect mix of teflon-coated professionalism with a commitment to actual change. On paper, he'd be a great wolf in sheep's clothing that gives his opposition very little to aim at.
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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 17:07 - May 7 with 1585 viewsSpruceMoose

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 16:36 - May 7 by gazzer1999

Very poor taste.


As ever, idiots getting upset about the person highlighting the disgrace rather than the disgrace itself.

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YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 17:13 - May 7 with 1560 viewsDarth_Koont

YouGov latest opinion poll this morning on 15:34 - May 7 by BlueBadger

It's not that we want a 'more neoliberal'(spare us the needlessly inflammatory terms, BTW) Labour leader we NEED an infinitely more competent one.
Labour's chances for the next ten years were sabotaged by an incompetent leader. Given that we've had 3 increasingly incompetent Tory PM's in the time the Dear Leader was in charge, it's even more embarrassing and (more importantly)DAMAGING that Labour didn't make any kind of gains. Right now, this is probably the long game - they didn't recover from 1982(until last year, Labour's biggest post-ward defeat) until the mid-90's.


Is it incompetence to bring voters back to Labour while the majority of your party is having a navel-gazing tizzy and some are even actively working against you?

What did he get right? And why did the campaign against him get cranked up a few notches afterwards?

Not sure your brand of shallow negativity really gets to grips with this.
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