Ethics election poll watch: More voters want hung parliament than Lab or Con Government

Ethics election poll watch: More voters want hung parliament than Lab or Con Government

Significantly more voters want a hung parliament (46 per cent) than a Labour (25 per cent) or Conservative (29 per cent) Government.

The findings emerged last night in the ComRes survey for the Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror newspapers.

Which of all these possible outcomes would you personally prefer to see from the forthcoming general election?

Conservative government with an overall majority: 29 per cent.

Conservative government with the support of the Liberal Democrats in a hung parliament: 20 per cent.

Labour government with the support of the Liberal Democrats in a hung parliament: 26 per cent.

Labour government with an overall majority: 25 per cent.

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Ekklesia is reporting on the polls from a perspective in line with our 'ethics election' initiative. This will include speficially highlighting what's happening to the smaller parties and 'others' who often get ignored in the polls, but could be important in a balanced/ hung Parliament

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