Survation Politics Poll 22 September 2020
UK Voting Intention, Approval Ratings, and International Law
Survation’s latest UK politics poll, conducted 15th – 16th September 2020, shows the Conservatives on 40% maintaining a narrow lead over Labour on 38%, with both parties holding the same vote share as in our previous poll of 2nd – 4th September.
In view of the Government’s new Brexit proposals, which the Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said would violate the UK’s withdrawal treaty with the European Union in a “specific and limited way”, we asked people across the country how important it is that the Government adheres to international law. 43% said it was very important. 30% thought it was quite important, and 14% considered it not that important – while 4% thought it was not at all important that the British Government follows international law. 9% were unsure.
Our poll features:
– General Election Voting Intention
– Party Leader Approval
– Government Performance Approval
– Best Prime Minister
– Public views on Government adherence to international law
– Public views on whether grouse shooting should be exempt from COVID-19 social restrictions
Survation conducted an online poll of 1,003 adults aged 18+ living in the UK. Fieldwork was conducted between 15th and 16th September 2020. Data tables are available here.
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