Survey of adults living in the St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath District council areas, on behalf of the two councils, on their views towards the proposals to create a new single District-level Council for both areas.
Despite a narrowing of the lead over the election campaign the Conservatives still enjoy a 10 point lead over the Labour Party in ComRes’s final Voting Intention poll of the 2017 General Election campaign.
A new ComRes poll for The Sun confirms the Conservative Party’s successful courtship of 2015 UKIP voters, with half (48%) of then now saying they will vote Conservative. Meanwhile UKIP are struggling to retain even a quarter of those who voted for them in 2015 (23%).
Survey of adults living in Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District council areas, on behalf of the two councils, on their views towards the proposals to merge into a new ‘super district’ council for East Suffolk.
Survey of adults in Greater Manchester, Liverpool city-region, Sheffield city-region, the North East, Tees Valley and the West Midlands on perceptions of the 2017 elections for mayor in these city-regions, on behalf of Centre for Cities
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