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YouGov CEO Stephan Shakespeare assesses the current electoral landscape  1. Labour’s lead is small, but it might be enough for victory Labour is polling around six percentage points ahead of the Conservatives. Oppositions that have gone on to win elections usually enjoy leads in the high teens, so a six-point ...
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YouGov CEO, Stephan Shakespeare compares McDonalds and Burger King following the former's break with Heinz. The battle of the burgers got saucier this week when McDonald’s announced it was severing its 40-year relationship with Heinz after the ketchup-maker hired a former head of Burger King as its new CEO Perhaps ...
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A majority of Americans say apologise to allied leaders and believe the revelations will damage US relations with its friends. Half disapprove of the Snowden leaks while 39% support prosecuting the whistleblower - up from 25% after initial revelations. Recent YouGov polling of American public opinion shows a majority (53%) want ...
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YouGov President Peter Kellner: The Conservatives have reason to be confident, but growing GDP will not necessarily translate into rising support for the party Accelerating growth, record numbers of people in work, consumer confidence and business optimism at their highest since 2009 – George Osborne’s new year hopes must surely have ...
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