Poll on Police and Crime Commissioner elections
Ipsos MORI polling of 1,281 adults commissioned by the Transitional Board of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) suggests that with almost a month to go until the first 41 Police and Crime Commissioners are elected to oversee police forces and tackle crime across England and Wales, 62% of the public are aware of these elections and that whilst most voters have clear views about who they would vote for, almost a fifth of those who say they ‘definitely’ will vote are undecided about who to support on November 15th.
- Results are based on 1281 responses to a face-to-face Omnibus survey carried out by Ipsos MORI across England, excluding London, and Wales.
- Data are weighted by age, gender, region, social grade, tenure, working status and ethnicity.
- Fieldwork was conducted between 5th October and 16th October 2012.
- Results are based on all respondents unless otherwise stated.
- An asterisk (*) represents a value of less than half a per cent, but not zero.