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Page 1

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 1

Q.3 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way the Government is running the country?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Likelihood
to vote

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)

Gender

Age

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)
AND
(10)
9/10
Absol
like-utely
Would NOT
lihood certain (6 to 10) (7 to 10) (8 to 10) (9 to 10)
vote
Male Female 18-34 35-54

Unweighted Total

1005

868

742

698

856

837

810

758

65

501

504

233

Weighted Total

1005

365

55+

UnWgt
Total

Social Class

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64

407

95

138

173

192

180

118

173

169

180

146

65+

75+

AB

C1

C2

DE

227

84

276

323

185

221

ABC1 C2DE
599

406

1005

Total

218

100

269

271

219

246

1005

855

723

678

839

813

787

738

73

489

516

291

349

364

540

465

Satisfied

435
43%

383
45%

335
46%

309
46%

389
46%

371
46%

363
46%

341
46%

21
29%s

229
47%

206
40%

118
41%

152
43%

166
45%

40
34%s

78
45%

77
45%

75
42%

59
40%

107
49%

46
130
112
46%s 48%
41%

100
46%

93
38%

242
45%

194
42%

423
42%

Dissatisfied

461
46%

399
47%

328
45%

316
47%

377
45%

369
45%

356
45%

334
45%

35
48%s

218
45%

244
47%

139
48%

165
47%

158
43%

63
54%s

76
44%

73
43%

92
51%

71
49%

87
40%

41
119
126
41%s 44%
46%

95
44%

122
50%

244
45%

217
47%

475
47%

Don't know

108
11%

74
9%

60
8%

54
8%

73
9%

72
9%

68
9%

63
9%

17
23%s

42
9%

66
13%

35
12%

33
9%

41
11%

15
13%s

20
11%

19
11%

13
7%

16
11%

25
11%

13
13%s

20
8%

34
12%

23
11%

31
12%

54
10%

54
12%

107
11%

Net satisfied

-26
-3%

-16
-2%

7
1%

-6
-1%

12
1%

2
*

6
1%

8
1%

-14
-19%s

11
2%

-37
-7%

-21
-7%

-13
-4%

8
2%

-23
-20%s

3
1%

4
2%

-17
-9%

-12
-8%

20
9%

4
4%s

11
4%

-14
-5%

5
2%

-28
-12%

-23
-5%

-52
-5%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

-3
*

Page 2

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 2

Q.3 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way the Government is running the country?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Voting

Working status Work sector

Tenure

Past vote
UnW
(2015 General Election) Tot.

GOR Regions

Not fullTotal
time/Not
Owned
owner
North
Grea
work
Mort
out- Private Social Total occup
excl. Mid-ter
EngUKIP Not Con Not Lab Full-time
ing
Public Private gage right
renter renter renter -ier North Scot lands South London land

Con

Lab

LD

Scot

Con

Lab

LD

Unweighted Total

1005

329

275

89

61

549

603

461

544

205

352

366

339

146

134

280

705

338

238

294

373

136

856

100

295

269

87

1005

Weighted Total

1005

337

267

86

63

531

601

447

558

104

431

349

314

176

146

323

663

331

243

311

363

134

867

88

304

257

82

1005

49
18%

31
36%s

20
32%s

120
23%

345
57%

215
48%

220
39%

42
40%

210
49%

167
48%

159
51%

58
33%

43
30%

102
32%

326
49%

121
36%

96
39%

143
46%

172
47%

53
40%

390
45%

25
28%

251
83%

48
19%

30
423
37%s
42%

48
56%s

31
48%s

367
69%

201
33%

193
43%

269
48%

51
49%

178
41%

150
43%

126
40%

88
50%

87
60%

175
54%

276
42%

167
51%

110
45%

140
45%

154
42%

64
48%

377
43%

57
65%

28
9%

194
76%

45
475
55%s
47%

7
8%s

12
19%s

44
8%

55
9%

39
9%

69
12%

12
11%

43
10%

32
9%

29
9%

30
17%

15
11%

45
14%

62
9%

43
13%

37
15%

28
9%

37
10%

16
12%

101
12%

6
7%

25
8%

15
6%

7
107
9%s
11%

-17
-10
-247
-20%s -16%s -47%

144
24%

22
5%

-48
-9%

-9
-9%

32
7%

17
5%

33
10%

-30
-17%

-44
-30%

-74
-23%

49
7%

-47
-14%

-14
-6%

2
1%

18
5%

-11
-8%

13
2%

-32
-37%

223
73%

-146
-57%

Satisfied

435
43%

274
81%

Dissatisfied

461
46%

36
202
11%
76%

Don't know

108
11%

28
8%

Net satisfied

-26
-3%

16
6%

238
-153
71% -58%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

-15
-18%s

-52
-5%

Page 3

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 3

Q.4 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way David Cameron is doing his job as Prime Minister?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Likelihood
to vote

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)

Gender

Age

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)
AND
(10)
9/10
Absol
like-utely
Would NOT
lihood certain (6 to 10) (7 to 10) (8 to 10) (9 to 10)
vote
Male Female 18-34 35-54

Unweighted Total

1005

868

742

698

856

837

810

758

65

501

504

233

Weighted Total

1005

365

55+

UnWgt
Total

Social Class

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64

407

95

138

173

192

180

118

173

169

180

146

65+

75+

AB

C1

C2

DE

227

84

276

323

185

221

ABC1 C2DE
599

406

1005

Total

218

100

269

271

1005

855

723

678

839

813

787

738

73

489

516

291

349

364

219

246

540

465

Satisfied

497
49%

437
51%

378
52%

348
51%

440
52%

426
52%

415
53%

387
52%

27
37%s

251
51%

246
48%

130
45%

175
50%

192
53%

53
45%s

77
45%

90
53%

85
47%

67
46%

125
57%

58
154
131
58%s 57%
48%

104
47%

107
44%

286
53%

211
45%

486
48%

Dissatisfied

423
42%

367
43%

305
42%

293
43%

350
42%

343
42%

330
42%

311
42%

24
33%s

201
41%

222
43%

133
46%

146
42%

144
40%

52
44%s

81
47%

62
37%

84
47%

66
45%

79
36%

34
105
118
34%s 39%
44%

87
40%

113
46%

224
41%

200
43%

438
44%

Don't know

85
8%

52
6%

40
5%

37
6%

49
6%

44
5%

42
5%

40
5%

22
29%s

37
8%

47
9%

28
9%

29
8%

28
8%

13
11%s

15
9%

17
10%

11
6%

13
9%

15
7%

8
8%s

9
3%

22
8%

28
13%

26
10%

31
6%

54
12%

81
8%

Net satisfied

74
7%

70
8%

73
10%

55
8%

90
11%

83
10%

85
11%

76
10%

3
4%s

50
10%

24
5%

-3
-1%

29
8%

47
13%

1
1%s

-4
-2%

28
17%

1
1%

1
1%

46
21%

24
24%s

49
18%

13
5%

17
8%

-5
-2%

62
11%

12
3%

48
5%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

Page 4

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 4

Q.4 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way David Cameron is doing his job as Prime Minister?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Voting

Working status Work sector

Tenure

Past vote
UnW
(2015 General Election) Tot.

GOR Regions

Not fullTotal
time/Not
Owned
owner
North
Grea
work
Mort
out- Private Social Total occup
excl. Mid-ter
EngUKIP Not Con Not Lab Full-time
ing
Public Private gage right
renter renter renter -ier North Scot lands South London land

Con

Lab

LD

Scot

Con

Lab

LD

Unweighted Total

1005

329

275

89

61

549

603

461

544

205

352

366

339

146

134

280

705

338

238

294

373

136

856

100

295

269

87

1005

Weighted Total

1005

337

267

86

63

531

601

447

558

104

431

349

314

176

146

323

663

331

243

311

363

134

867

88

304

257

82

1005

52
19%

38
44%s

26
41%s

142
27%

393
65%

236
53%

261
47%

48
47%

230
53%

186
53%

174
55%

73
41%

56
38%

129
40%

360
54%

143
43%

116
48%

161
52%

193
53%

57
43%

446
51%

28
32%

278
91%

52
20%

38
486
47%s
48%

19
196
6%
73%

42
49%s

30
48%s

355
67%

178
30%

176
39%

247
44%

49
47%

158
37%

137
39%

125
40%

82
46%

70
48%

152
47%

261
39%

163
49%

106
44%

126
40%

134
37%

62
46%

340
39%

57
65%

16
5%

187
73%

42
438
51%s
44%

19
7%

6
7%s

7
12%s

34
6%

29
5%

35
8%

50
9%

7
7%

42
10%

27
8%

16
5%

22
12%

20
14%

42
13%

43
6%

24
7%

21
9%

24
8%

36
10%

15
11%

81
9%

3
3%

10
3%

19
7%

2
2%s

81
8%

284
-144
84% -54%

-4
-5%s

-4
-213
-7%s -40%

215
36%

60
13%

14
2%

*
*

72
17%

49
14%

49
16%

-9
-5%

-14
-10%

-23
-7%

98
15%

-20
-6%

9
4%

35
11%

58
16%

-4
-3%

107
12%

-29
-33%

262
86%

-135
-53%

-4
-4%s

48
5%

Satisfied

497
49%

Dissatisfied

423
42%

Don't know

85
8%

Net satisfied

74
7%

303
90%

15
4%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

Page 5

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 5

Q7 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Nigel Farage is doing his job as leader of UKIP, the UK Independence Party?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Likelihood
to vote

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)

Gender

Age

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)
AND
(10)
9/10
Absol
like-utely
Would NOT
lihood certain (6 to 10) (7 to 10) (8 to 10) (9 to 10)
vote
Male Female 18-34 35-54

Unweighted Total

1005

868

742

698

856

837

810

758

65

501

Weighted Total

1005

504

233

365

291

349

55+

UnWgt
Total

Social Class

65+

75+

AB

C1

C2

DE

407

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64
95

138

173

192

180

227

84

276

323

185

221

ABC1 C2DE
599

406

1005

Total

364

118

173

169

180

146

218

100

269

271

219

246

1005

855

723

678

839

813

787

738

73

489

516

540

465

Satisfied

289
29%

256
30%

219
30%

208
31%

250
30%

242
30%

233
30%

222
30%

15
21%s

180
37%

108
21%

71
24%

96
27%

122
33%

33
28%s

38
22%

47
28%

49
27%

45
31%

77
35%

30
30%s

65
24%

70
32%

73
30%

146
27%

143
31%

292
29%

Dissatisfied

468
47%

419
49%

357
49%

330
49%

412
49%

402
49%

389
49%

365
49%

21
29%s

210
43%

259
50%

145
50%

166
47%

158
43%

60
51%s

85
49%

76
45%

90
50%

66
45%

91
42%

47
133
148
46%s 50%
55%

87
40%

100
41%

281
52%

187
40%

472
47%

Don't know

248
25%

180
21%

147
20%

140
21%

178
21%

169
21%

165
21%

151
20%

37
50%s

99
20%

149
29%

76
26%

88
25%

85
23%

25
21%s

51
29%

46
27%

41
23%

35
24%

50
23%

24
24%s

73
30%

113
21%

135
29%

241
24%

-180
-18%

-162
-19%

-138
-19%

-121
-18%

-162
-19%

-160
-20%

-156
-20%

-143
-19%

-5
-8%s

-29
-6%

-150
-29%

-74
-25%

-70
-20%

-36
-10%

-27
-47
-23%s -27%

-29
-17%

-41
-23%

-22
-15%

-14
-6%

-27
-136
-11% -25%

-44
-9%

-180
-18%

Net satisfied

81
30%

55
20%

58
22%

61
28%

-17
-53
-17%s -20%

-83
-31%

-17
-8%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

Page 6

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 6

Q7 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way Nigel Farage is doing his job as leader of UKIP, the UK Independence Party?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Voting

Working status Work sector

Tenure

Past vote
UnW
(2015 General Election) Tot.

GOR Regions

Not fullTotal
time/Not
Owned
owner
North
Grea
work
Mort
out- Private Social Total occup
excl. Mid-ter
EngUKIP Not Con Not Lab Full-time
ing
Public Private gage right
renter renter renter -ier North Scot lands South London land

Con

Lab

LD

Scot

Con

Lab

LD

Unweighted Total

1005

329

275

89

61

549

603

461

544

205

352

366

339

146

134

280

705

338

238

294

373

136

856

100

295

269

87

1005

Weighted Total

1005

337

267

86

63

531

601

447

558

104

431

349

314

176

146

323

663

331

243

311

363

134

867

88

304

257

82

1005

Satisfied

289
29%

128
38%

42
16%

18
21%s

52
83%s

140
26%

226
38%

141
32%

148
26%

22
21%

138
32%

104
30%

99
32%

50
28%

31
21%

81
25%

204
31%

83
25%

65
27%

99
32%

107
29%

26
20%

254
29%

19
21%

113
37%

33
13%

19
292
23%s
29%

Dissatisfied

468
47%

125
171
37%
64%

54
63%s

8
12%s

298
56%

252
42%

205
46%

263
47%

48
46%

189
44%

163
47%

151
48%

73
41%

68
46%

140
44%

315
47%

167
50%

121
50%

142
46%

159
44%

68
51%

399
46%

46
53%

117
38%

175
68%

53
472
65%s
47%

Don't know

248
25%

54
20%

14
16%s

3
5%s

93
18%

123
21%

100
22%

148
26%

34
33%

103
24%

81
23%

64
20%

53
30%

48
33%

101
31%

145
22%

81
24%

58
24%

70
23%

97
27%

40
30%

214
25%

23
26%

74
24%

48
19%

10
241
12%s
24%

3
-129
1% -48%

-36
-42%s

45
-159
71%s -30%

-27
-4%

-64
-14%

-115
-21%

-27
-25%

-51
-12%

-59
-17%

-52
-17%

-23
-13%

-37
-25%

-59
-111
-18%
-17%

-84
-25%

-56
-23%

-43
-14%

-53
-15%

-41
-145
-31% -17%

-28
-32%

-4
-1%

-142
-55%

-34
-180
-42%s -18%

Net satisfied

-180
-18%

84
25%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

Page 7

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 7

Q.8 Do you think that the general economic condition of the country will improve, stay the same, or get worse over the next 12 months?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Likelihood
to vote

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)

Gender

Age

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)
AND
(10)
9/10
Absol
like-utely
Would NOT
lihood certain (6 to 10) (7 to 10) (8 to 10) (9 to 10)
vote
Male Female 18-34 35-54

Unweighted Total

1005

868

742

698

856

837

810

758

65

501

504

233

365

Weighted Total

1005

349

55+

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64

407

95

138

173

192

180

364

118

173

169

180

146

65+

75+

AB

C1

C2

DE

227

84

276

323

185

221

599

406

1005

218

100

269

271

219

246

1005

855

723

678

839

813

787

738

73

489

516

291

Improve

420
42%

378
44%

333
46%

306
45%

380
45%

368
45%

356
45%

337
46%

16
22%s

226
46%

194
38%

116
149
40%
43%

154
42%

48
41%s

68
39%

74
44%

75
42%

53
37%

101
46%

Stay the same

284
28%

240
28%

196
27%

184
27%

234
28%

226
28%

219
28%

203
27%

21
28%s

136
28%

148
29%

80
108
27%
31%

96
26%

30
26%s

50
29%

47
28%

61
34%

50
34%

47
21%

18
18%s

78
29%

Get worse

261
26%

204
24%

170
24%

166
24%

196
23%

192
24%

184
23%

173
23%

30
41%s

110
23%

150
29%

84
29%

78
22%

99
27%

34
29%s

50
29%

41
24%

37
20%

41
28%

57
26%

28
28%s

Don't know

41
4%

33
4%

24
3%

22
3%

29
3%

27
3%

27
3%

25
3%

6
9%s

17
3%

24
5%

11
4%

14
4%

15
4%

6
5%s

6
3%

7
4%

7
4%

2
1%

14
6%

159
16%

173
20%

162
22%

140
21%

184
22%

176
22%

172
22%

164
22%

-14
-20%s

116
24%

43
8%

32
11%

71
20%

56
15%

14
12%s

18
10%

33
19%

38
21%

12
8%

44
20%

Net improve

ABC1 C2DE

Total

540

465

108
49%

76
31%

236
44%

184
40%

405
40%

84
31%

55
25%

66
27%

162
30%

121
26%

290
29%

48
18%

70
26%

54
25%

89
36%

118
22%

143
31%

266
26%

8
8%s

11
4%

14
5%

2
1%

15
6%

24
5%

16
4%

44
4%

19
19%s

84
31%

34
13%

53
24%

-13
-5%

118
22%

41
9%

139
14%

47
132
104
46%s 49%
38%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

UnWgt
Total

Social Class

Page 8

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 8

Q.8 Do you think that the general economic condition of the country will improve, stay the same, or get worse over the next 12 months?
Base : All

Total
(Weighted
)

Voting

Working status Work sector

Tenure

Past vote
UnW
(2015 General Election) Tot.

GOR Regions

Not fullTotal
time/Not
Owned
owner
North
Grea
work
Mort
out- Private Social Total occup
excl. Mid-ter
EngUKIP Not Con Not Lab Full-time
ing
Public Private gage right
renter renter renter -ier North Scot lands South London land

Con

Lab

LD

Scot

Con

Lab

LD

Unweighted Total

1005

329

275

89

61

549

603

461

544

205

352

366

339

146

134

280

705

338

238

294

373

136

856

100

295

269

87

1005

Weighted Total

1005

337

267

86

63

531

601

447

558

104

431

349

314

176

146

323

663

331

243

311

363

134

867

88

304

257

82

1005

Improve

420
42%

247
73%

53
20%

42
49%s

19
31%s

137
26%

331
55%

192
43%

228
41%

37
36%

183
43%

163
47%

155
49%

63
36%

32
22%

95
29%

318
48%

126
38%

107
44%

140
45%

154
42%

44
33%

388
45%

18
21%

229
75%

55
21%

35
405
42%s
40%

Stay the same

284
28%

60
18%

92
35%

27
32%s

25
40%s

181
34%

148
25%

142
32%

142
25%

32
31%

136
32%

105
30%

79
25%

52
29%

44
30%

95
30%

184
28%

98
30%

67
27%

90
29%

96
26%

36
27%

235
27%

31
35%

53
17%

87
34%

34
290
41%s
29%

Get worse

261
26%

21
111
6%
42%

14
16%s

17
27%s

193
36%

103
17%

100
22%

161
29%

28
27%

97
23%

69
20%

68
22%

55
31%

61
42%

116
36%

137
21%

96
29%

65
27%

74
24%

91
25%

44
33%

212
24%

31
35%

14
5%

105
41%

10
266
12%s
26%

Don't know

41
4%

9
3%

10
4%

3
4%s

1
2%s

20
4%

20
3%

13
3%

28
5%

7
7%

14
3%

12
3%

13
4%

7
4%

9
6%

16
5%

25
4%

12
4%

5
2%

7
2%

22
6%

10
8%

32
4%

7
8%

9
3%

10
4%

159
16%

226
67%

-58
-22%

28
33%s

2
4%s

-56
-11%

228
38%

92
21%

67
12%

9
9%

86
20%

94
27%

87
28%

8
4%

-29
-20%

-21
-7%

181
27%

30
9%

43
18%

66
21%

63
17%

1
*

176
20%

-13
-15%

215
71%

-49
-19%

Net improve

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends

3
4%s

44
4%

25
139
30%s
14%

Page 9

Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - June 2015
Table 9

(JUN15)Q7a. If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should stay in or get out of the European Union, how would you vote?
Base : Approximately half the sample

Total
(Weighted
)

Likelihood
to vote

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)

Gender

Age

Always
usually
depends
(Q15a)
AND
(10)
9/10
Absol
like-utely
Would NOT
lihood certain (6 to 10) (7 to 10) (8 to 10) (9 to 10)
vote
Male Female 18-34 35-54

65+

75+

AB

C1

C2

DE

Unweighted Total

501

424

370

352

426

420

409

385

32

245

256

102

195

204

40

62

98

97

84

120

42

134

159

84

124

293

208

501

Weighted Total

511

423

364

346

424

415

404

378

36

246

265

128

191

192

51

78

97

94

74

118

53

137

135

95

144

272

239

501

Stay in

311
61%

262
62%

235
65%

221
64%

269
63%

263
63%

257
64%

243
64%

18
51%s

146
59%

165
62%

Get out

138
27%

117
28%

95
26%

92
26%

115
27%

113
27%

107
27%

97
26%

5
15%s

78
32%

63
12%

44
10%

34
9%

33
10%

40
9%

40
10%

40
10%

37
10%

12
34%s

22
9%

Don't know

55+

UnWgt
Total

Social Class

18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64

ABC1 C2DE

Total

96
119
75%
62%

96
50%

42
82%s

55
70%s

64
66%s

55
58%s

41
56%s

54
46%

30
100
57%s 73%

88
65%

52
54%s

71
50%

188
69%

123
51%

301
60%

60
22%

22
17%

45
23%

71
37%

5
10%s

16
21%s

18
18%s

27
28%s

25
33%s

47
40%

20
38%s

26
19%

28
21%

32
34%s

52
36%

54
20%

84
35%

134
27%

40
15%

10
8%

28
15%

25
13%

4
8%s

6
8%s

15
16%s

12
13%s

8
11%s

17
14%

3
5%s

11
8%

19
14%

12
12%s

21
14%

31
11%

32
13%

66
13%

Fieldwork dates : 14th to 16th June 2015
Respondent Type : GB Adults, General Public 18+ - Telephone
Source : Ipsos MORI J14-090542-01
*=Less than 0.5%
s=Where unweighted base sizes smaller than 100, please note results are indicative only

Our long term political and social trends have been collected over the last 30+ years and are unrivalled amongst polling organisations:
http://www.ipsos-mori.com/politicaltrends


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