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MORI Political Monitor 2 August 2004 MORI's latest MORI Political Monitor survey, conducted between 22-27 July 2004 for the Independent on Sunday, shows that the Liberal Democrats have seen an increase in support over the past month among those who say they are certain to vote in an immediate General Election. The latest voting intention figures, with fieldwork carried out after the Liberal Democrat's success at the Leicester South by-election, put the Liberal Democrats on 24% (up 5 points), Labour on 32% (down 2 points) and the Conservatives on 31% (no change). MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor 30 January 2003 Political Attitudes in Great Britain for January 2003 MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor 4 June 2004 MORI's latest Political Monitor results show that Labour (35%) retain a small lead over the Conservatives (34%) in terms of voting intentions at an immediate General Election, among those who say they are "absolutely certain to vote". In the run-up to the local, Mayoral and European elections on June 10th, the main issues seen to be facing Britain are Defence/foreign affairs (47%), NHS (34%) and race relations/immigration (30%). Europe is mentioned by 17% of the public (in 7th place). In contrast, during the last European Parliament elections in June 1999, Europe was then seen by the public as the most important issue facing the country (mentioned by 37% of the public), followed by NHS (35%) and education (29%). MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor 2 July 2004 MORI's latest Political Monitor, conducted between 24 and 29 June 2004, shows that the public remain dissatisfied with the performance of Tony Blair as Prime Minister, but this is not translating into support for either Michael Howard or the Conservative Party. While, by a margin of around two to one, the public are dissatisfied with the way Tony Blair is doing his job (61% to 30%), Labour retain a lead of 3 points over the Conservatives. At the same time, there has been a sharp rise in dissatisfaction with Michael Howard as leader of the Opposition. In November 2003, MORI's first poll undertaken after the Conservative leadership election showed that 26% of the public were satisfied with Michael Howard and 17% dissatisfied — the majority giving "don't know" (57%). The latest survey shows that still 26% of people say they are satisfied with Michael Howard, but 38% are dissatisfied as the number of people not expressing an opinion decreases. MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor 27 February 2003 Political Attitudes in Great Britain for February 2003 MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor 2 May 2003 Political Attitudes in Great Britain for April 2003 MORI Political Monitor
MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain 30 October 2003 MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 2,018 adults aged 18+ at 195 sampling points across Great Britain. Fieldwork was conducted face-to-face on 23-28 October 2003. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain
MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain 4 August 2003 MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,940 adults aged 18+ at 192 sampling points across Great Britain. Interviews were conducted face-to-face on 17 – 22 July 2003. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain
MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain 19 February 2004 MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,990 adults aged 18+ at 194 sampling points across Great Britain. Fieldwork was conducted face-to-face on 12-16 February 2004. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain
MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain 19 March 2004 MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,989 adults aged 18+ at 208 sampling points across Great Britain. Fieldwork was conducted face-to-face on 11-16 March 2004. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. MORI Political Monitor - Political Attitudes in Great Britain
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