Ipsos Mori Public Sector voting intentions

Unison commissioned Ipsos Mori to determine the voting intentions of the population at large and a ‘booster sample’ of public sector workers. Public sector workers are more inclined to vote Labour than the public at large.

Public at large:

CON 39% (-1),

LAB 25% (+7),

LDEM 19% (+1)

… which leaves 17% undecided or voting for other parties.

Public Sector workers:

CON 32% (-1)

LAB 25% (+7)

LDEM 19% (+1)

… which leaves 24% undecided or voting for other parties.

Ipsos MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,001 adults in Great Britain aged 18 and over. Interviews were conducted by telephone between 12th and 14th June 2009. In addition, Ipsos MORI conducted 251 ‘booster’ interviews among public sector workers

  • Data are weighted to match the profile of the population by gender, age, working status (including public vs. private sector workers), region, housing tenure, social class and car ownership.
  • Voting data percentages are based on all naming a party.
  • Trend data based on c.1,000 GB adults aged 18+ unless otherwise specified.

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