Most accurate pollster of 2017 general election shows Labour polling high – even with quitter group included in poll
Polling company Survation – the only firm to predict the 2017 general election result correctly – has published a new set of Westminster voting intention results for England and Wales.
These stand out because they show Labour at 41% and well ahead of the Tories – in spite of the inclusion of the quitter group of MPs, which Establishment pundits claim will damage Labour’s prospects:
Other recent polls have also suggested – not surprisingly – that the right-wing, so-called ‘centrist’ quitters are doing more damage to the right-wing Tories and the centrist LibDems than to Labour.
With the nation turning to Jeremy Corbyn to save the country from May’s incompetence, his and Labour’s strength is winning out. Bring on the next general election.
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