New poll shows 69% 18-24’s would vote Labour

The latest Yougov poll shows the overwhelming majority of young people 69% would vote for the Labour party if there were an election tomorrow, only 5% of them would vote for the Lib-Dems.

In the North 51% of all the respondents said they would vote Labour with the Lib-Dems in bottom place.

Only 8% of respondents though that David Cameron was in touch with the concerns of ordinary people and only in the now opulent South of England do the tories lead the poll.

Disapproval of the Governments actions soared to 59% this is despite the majority (688) of respondents being readers of the Sun, Express or Mail.

Full poll details PDF 

Michael Roche-Labour Candidate

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2 Responses to New poll shows 69% 18-24’s would vote Labour

  1. Mark Tripp says:

    Unfortunately 18-24 year olds are the least likely age group to go out and vote.

    • I believe that the 18-24 year olds, the disabled, women, carers, renters, pensioners and any other group with a disadvantage are most likely to send the dated Tory Party into oblivion at the next election.

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