IPSOS/MORI Poll Of Marginal Seats Points To Small Conservative Majority

Latest IPSOS/Mori poll for Reuters shows a 7% swing from Labour to the Conservatives in the all important marginal seats:

The poll was conducted in 57 must win marginal seats for David Cameron, where a swing of between 5% to 9% is needed:

Conservatives – 36% (+1)
Labour – 36% (-2)
Lib Dems – 20% (-1)

The poll sample was 1004 adults sampled between April 30th and May 2nd

Full details of the poll here

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Posted on May 3, 2010, in Conservative, General Election and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Bush bunny

    That poll has always marked Conservatives down. Don’t
    take it too seriously. Average poll gives David a convincing
    lead. And my experience polls can be very deceptive, however, do give some indication.

    I’m more worried about these postal vote frauds, that seem to favor Labor.

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