European Parliament Election voting intention in the UK

27th April 2019


We have new European Parliament Election voting intention for voters in the UK:



Here are the headline voting intention figures (change vs 2014 European Parliament Election results):


Conservative 16% (-7), Labour 27% (+3), Liberal Democrat 8% (+1), UKIP 7% (-20), Green Party 4% (-3), SNP 3% (+1), The Brexit Party 26% (new), The Independent Group – Change UK 4% (new), Other 4% (-4).





And here is the European Parliament Election voting intention among those who voted Conservative or Labour in the 2017 General Election – for the Brexit Party, Change UK, and the party they voted for in the 2017 General Election.






Survation conducted an online poll of 1,999 people aged 18+ in the UK between 17th – 25th April 2019. Data tables and methodology can be found here.




David Izamoje

David Izamoje

David joined Survation’s project management team in 2019. He has worked in research and data administration roles at Survation, and the national race equality charity BTEG. David has a BA (Hons) in Politics from Queen Mary, University of London and an MSc in Sociology from the University of Oxford.

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