Final poll puts Labour AHEAD of the Tories #GE17

The final poll before voting begins suggests that Ladbrokes’ extraordinary odds of twenty to one against Theresa May becoming Prime Minister might suggest that the bookmaker’s own research is the reason behind May’s long odds.

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A poll by research firm Qriously, as reported by Wired, puts Labour three points ahead of the Tories in voting intention – Labour on 41.3% and the Tories on 38/5%.

This is more encouragement for Labour members and supporters to go into overdrive tomorrow to ‘get out the vote’, as turnout on Thursday is going to be a huge factor in the result.

There is an easy way for you to find out where your efforts can be best spent – click here for more information.

If you can possibly spare the day, a half day or a few hours, please jump in to ensure voters turn out – your country, our children, our vulnerable, our NHS, police, armed forces, public services and the future of the UK as a place of decency and civilisation depend on it.

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6 responses to “Final poll puts Labour AHEAD of the Tories #GE17

  1. I will be voting to increase the security of the country and its people.

    It’s economic security, its security against terrorism, its security against tax evaders and avoiders, its security against poverty, its security against inequality.

    I will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party.

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  2. Let’s hope this is replicated exactly in every seat nationwide…Them rats’ll be out on their arses 🙂

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  3. You don’t have to be a Labour party member to help get the vote out. Just volunteer for Two hours tonight, and give us broken old codgers who are the party faithful a bit of support! Go to Labour.org and look for an event near you. They will have listed all the local canvassing sessions. Or Momentum also have lists of events to take part in. Please make sure every vote is used.

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