Brexit Opinion polls, Summary of all opinion poll of UK EU referendum, Opinion polling for the United Kingdom European Union, Brexit opinion poll 2016, European Union,June 23rd EU referendum

Brexit Opinion polls, Summary of all opinion poll of UK EU referendum, Opinion polling for the United Kingdom European Union, Brexit opinion poll 2016, European Union,June 23rd EU referendum

Here is a Summary of all Opinion Polls realsed till now. The Final EU Referendum voting is on 23rd June 2016.Brexit 2016 Results

The United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, known as the EU referendum in the United Kingdom, is a plebiscite scheduled to take place on 23 June 2016. Membership of the European Union has been a topic of debate in the United Kingdom since the country joined the European Economic Community (EEC, or "Common Market") in 1973.

#Brexit Live: Its Official Britain votes to leave the #EuropeanUnion

VOTER TURNOUT (382 of 382 local authorities declared) : 72.16%, LEAVE: 52% (17.41 million votes) , REMAIN: 48% 16.14 million votes)

Reasons for Leaving EU

  1. Those who want to leave the EU argue that it would allow the UK to better control immigration, thus reducing pressure on public services, housing and jobs, save billions in EU membership fees,
  2. It would allow the UK to make its own trade deals, and free the UK from EU regulations and bureaucracy that they see as needless and costly. 

Reasons for Remaining in EU

  1. Those who want to remain argue that leaving the EU would risk the UK's prosperity, diminish its influence over world affairs, jeopardise national security by reducing access to common European criminal databases.
  2. It would result in trade barriers between the UK and the EU. In particular, they argue that leaving the EU would lead to job losses, delays in investment into the UK and risks to large and small business.

Latest YouGov poll, for the Times newspaper

YouGov poll, for the Times newspaper

Remain

42%

Leave

44%

Ipsos Mori & Suvation IG opinion polls…Read More

Ipsos MORI survey

Remain

47%

Leave

53%

 Guardian/ICM polls gives leave campaign a 6-point lead..Read More

Guardian/ICM polls

Remain

47%

Leave

53%

ORB International poll gives Brexit campaign a 10-point lead..Read More

ORB International poll

Leave

55%

Remain

45%

would not vote

2%

YouGov ICM opinion poll Brexit 2016..Reda More

YouGov Opinion poll

Remain

41%

Leave

45%

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion poll..Read More

Latest
online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper

Remain

41%

Leave

41%

undecided 

13%

not intending to vote

4%

 

Poll shows that 93% Express.co.uk readers want to leave EU..Read More

 

Express.co.uk Express.co.uk  Opinion poll

Remain

7%

Leave

93%

Brexit ICM OPINIUM ORB Opinion poll, EU Referendum..Read More

ICM Opinion poll

Leave

46%

Remain

44%

Undecided

11%

Ashcroft Opinion poll..Read More

Ashcroft  Opinion poll

Remain

65%

Leave

35%

 

Dr Rosena Allin Khan wins Tooting by-election, Rosena allin khan, Rosena, Labour candidate, tooting by-election result, Sadiq Khan

Dr Rosena Allin Khan wins Tooting by-election, Rosena allin khan, Rosena, Labour candidate, tooting by-election result, Sadiq Khan

Labour's Rosena Allin-Khan has won the Tooting by-election in a contest overshadowed by the murder of MP Jo Cox.

Dr Allin-Khan held the south London seat for Labour after London mayor Sadiq Khan stood down following his victory in the City Hall race in May.

The A&E doctor, who increased the Labour majority, used her acceptance speech to pay tribute to Mrs Cox, who was killed in her Batley and Spen constituency on Thursday.

She said Mrs Cox was a "proud and passionate campaigner who will be desperately missed".

Dr Allin-Khan increased Labour's majority to 6,357 over the Conservatives, up from the 2,842 secured by her predecessor in the general election last year.

Tooting by-election results

Labour hold

Candidate Votes Share Swing
Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour) 17,894 55.92 8.73
Dan Watkins (Conservative) 11,537 36.05 -5.83
Esther Obiri-Darko (Green) 830 2.59 -1.52
Alex Glassbrook (LD) 820 2.56 -1.37
Elizabeth Jones (UKIP) 507 1.58 -1.29
Des Coke (CPA) 164 0.51
Howling Laud Hope (Loony) 54 0.17
Graham Moore (Eng Dem) 50 0.16
Akbar Ali Malik (Immigrants) 44 0.14
Ankit Love (Love) 32 0.1
Zirwa Javaid (Ind) 30 0.09
Zia Samadani (Ind) 23 0.07
Bobby Smith (GMBE) 9 0.03
Smiley Smillie (Ind) 5 0.02

Lab majority 6,357 19.87%.
7.28% swing Conservative to Lab 
Electorate 74,695; Turnout 31,999 (42.84%, -26.88%) 
2015: Lab maj 2,842 (5.31%) – Turnout 53,529 (69.72%)

Before the contest, 39-year-old Dr Allin-Khan promised to put the NHS and housing at the centre of her agenda if she won.

Last year, Mr Khan retained the seat with 25,263 votes.

src:standard.co.uk

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion poll, David Cameron, European Union, Online survey EU May 2016, Brexit

According to the latest online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper both camps (remain & leave) were level on 41 percent, with 13 percent undecided and 4 percent not intending to vote.

Latest
online opinion poll from YouGov for The Times newspaper

Remain

41%

Leave

41%

undecided 

13%

not intending to vote

4%

 

EU referendum, YouGov latest opinion
poll,
David Cameron, European
Union, Online survey EU May 2016,
Brexit

Political Party Preference Survey , Riksdag election, Sweden election, Riksdagen, Swedish general election, Political party preferences May 2016

Political Party Preference Survey , Riksdag election, Sweden election, Riksdagen, Swedish general election, Political party preferences May 2016

The Political Party Preference Survey shows the support of the various parties in different demographic groups. Party preference does not refer to any specific level of politics and no consideration is taken to whether a person will vote or not.

On 31 May Statistics Sweden published estimates of election results if there were to be an election in May 2016. Here we present estimates of party preferences in the electorate from the same survey.

The difference between the measurements is:

The Election today estimate refers to the results of an election in May. The results are weighted by how people voted in the previous Riksdag election as well as the question of whether a person would vote or not.

Party preference does not refer to any specific level of politics and no consideration is taken to whether a person will vote or not. The results are weighted by region, sex, age, level of education and Swedish/foreign born.

Below, election results are compared in a hypothetical Riksdag election in May 2016 with party preferences at the same point in time.

 Estimates of election results “if an election had been held today” as well as party preferences. May 2016 

 

Riksdag election, May 2016

Margin of error

Party preference, May 2016

Margin of error

C

6.10%

±0.4

5.90%

±0.7

L

5.40%

±0.4

6.10%

±0.7

M

24.70%

±0.8

27.10%

±1.4

KD

3.10%

±0.3

2.80%

±0.5

S

29.50%

±0.8

31.10%

±1

V

6.80%

±0.4

6.40%

±0.8

MP

4.70%

±0.4

5.20%

±0.7

SD

17.30%

±0.7

13.00%

±1.0

Other

2.40%

±0.3

2.40%

±0.5

 src:scb.sc

MMR poll: Johannsson almost 50 points ahead of David Oddsson, President of Iceland , Icelandic presidential election 2016, Icelandic parliamentary election 2016, Iceland presidential election 2016 candidates, Iceland Polls 2016

MMR poll: Johannsson almost 50 points ahead of
David Oddsson, President of Iceland , Icelandic presidential election 2016,
Icelandic parliamentary election 2016, Iceland presidential election 2016
candidates, Iceland Polls 2016

According to MMR’s data breakdown, Jóhannesson is proportionally more popular among women and supporters of government opposition parties. Oddsson attracts the older, male vote and supporters of the current governing coalition, while Magnason is doing well among the younger generations.

 

src:icelandmonitor.mbl.is

Whom
would you vote for if presidential elections were held today?

Guðni Th.Jóhannesson

65.60%

Davíð Oddsson

18.10%

Andri SnærMagnason

11%

Halla Tómasdóttir

2.20%

Others

3%

Nearly two-thirds supposed the UK would stay in the EU:Survey, Ashcroft Opinion poll

 Nearly two-thirds supposed the UK
would stay in the EU
:Survey,

Ashcroft Opinion poll

Almost two-thirds of voters believe the remain camp will win June’s referendum but pro-leave opinion is hardening, according to polling by the Conservative peer Michael Ashcroft seen exclusively by the Guardian.

In a detailed survey of more than 5,000 adults, Lord Ashcroft and his colleagues found 65% expect the result to be that Britain stays in the EU, while 35% anticipate a Brexit vote.

Nearly two-thirds thought the UK would stay in the EU

When the referendum is held on 23
June, what do you expect the result to be?

Remain

65

Leave

35

theguardian src:

Poll shows that 93% Express.co.uk readers want to leave EU,Brexit, EU referendum, Express.co.uk readers, European Union ,UK,United Kingdom

Poll shows that 93% Express.co.uk readers want to leave EU,Brexit, EU referendum, Express.co.uk readers, European Union ,UK,United Kingdom 

The survey of 21,095 voters comes as other polls reveal the support for Remain and Leave across the UK is almost a dead heat at nearly 50:50.  

The poll reveals 93 per cent of readers will be voting to leave the 28-country club on June 23 – while just seven per cent will opt for the UK to stay. 

 

Austrian presidential election 2016 (second round) 22nd May 2016 Live Updates news key candidates,Austrian Election Results Live Updates 2016 schedule dates opinion poll candidates Austrian polls, austrian presidential elections, austria elections 2016, Federal Elections austria, far right results, Austrian presidential election polls first second round

Austrian presidential election 2016 (second round) 22nd May 2016 Live Updates news key candidates,Austrian Election Results Live Updates 2016 schedule dates opinion poll candidates Austrian polls, austrian presidential elections, austria elections 2016, Federal Elections austria, far right results, Austrian presidential election polls first second round

Electoral System

The President of Austria is directly elected by universal adult suffrage once in every six years. The election is held under a two-round system; if no candidate receives more than 50% of votes cast in the first round, then a second ballot occurs which only those two candidates who received the greatest number of votes in the first round may stand.

Current Latest Election Results updates

  1. As per the Opinion Polls Trump of Austria Norbert Hofer has a strong support due to his Anti Immigrants stand and could be a probable winner and president of Austria.
  2. Second Round of Elections to be held on 22nd May 2016 between 1st and 2nd candidates of round 1 i.e between Norbert Hofer and Alexander Van Der Bellen and the one who receives more than 50 % votes would be the winner.
  3. In the First Round Norbert Hofer of the Freedom party(FPO) came a clear first with 36% of the vote in the first round of elections
  4. The 72-year-old independent backed by the Greens, Alexander Van Der Bellen, came in second with 21 per cent.

The constitution grants the president the power to appoint the head of the federal cabinet and, by extension, federal cabinet ministers, Supreme Court justices, military officers, and most major bureaucrats. The president may dissolve the National Council. In practice, however, the president acts, for the most part, as a ceremonial figurehead.


Candidates

Freedom Party of Austria (FPO)

Norbert Hofer, who serves as the Third President of the National Council, had been considered the most likely FPÖ candidate

Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP)former first president of the National Council Andreas Khol was announced as the ÖVP’s candidate.

The Greens – The Green AlternativeFormer Greens party leader Alexander Van der Bellen is being supported by Greens

Voter Statistics


According to the federal election commission, 6,382,507 Austrian citizens aged 16 or over are eligible to vote in the presidential election. Compared with the 2010 presidential election, the number of eligible voters increased by 26,707 – or 0.4% . There are 3,301,628 women and 3,080,879 men eligible to vote. 42,830 Austrians living abroad are also included in these numbers as being eligible to vote. 641,975 absentee ballots were issued, up from 373.902 in 2010.

Eligible voters by state: Burgenland: 232,028 Carinthia: 440,435 Lower Austria: 1,283,676 Upper Austria: 1,099,420 Salzburg: 393,583 Styria: 969,487 Tyrol: 540,132 Vorarlberg: 269,940 Vienna: 1,153,806

Opinion Polls


Austrian presidential election, 2016 Second round Opinion Poll by Gallup/Österreich
Norbert Hofer (FPO) 53
Alexander Van der Bellen (Greens) 47
Sample size 600


Here’s the Summary of the 1st Round of 2016 Austrian presidential election results

Chart of first-round vote
Candidates (nominating parties) 1st round (official results) 2nd round (22nd May)
Votes % Votes %
Norbert Hofer (Freedom Party of Austria) 14,99,971 35.1  
Alexander Van der Bellen (The Greens – nominallyindependent) 9,13,218 21.3
Irmgard Griss (independent) 8,10,641 18.9
Rudolf Hundstorfer (Social Democratic Party of Austria) 4,82,790 11.3
Andreas Khol (Austrian People’s Party) 4,75,767 11.1
Richard Lugner (independent) 96,783 2.3
Valid votes 42,79,170 100   100  
Invalid votes 92,655 2.1  
Total votes 43,71,825 68.5
Eligible voters 63,82,507  

Brexit EU Referendum, EU, UK, European Union, Brexit ,British EU Opinion Poll ,Europe,David Cameron, British prime minister

DATE

REMAIN

LEAVE

UNDECIDED

SAMPLE SIZE

FIRM

6- 8 MAY 2016

44%

46%

11%

2,005

ICM

3-6 MAY 2016

42%

40%

13%

3,378

YouGov

29 APRIL – 3 MAY 2016

44%

45%

11%

2,040

ICM

26 – 29 APRIL 2016

42%

41%

14%

2,005

OPINIUM

27 – 29 APRIL 2016

49%

51%

 

2,000

ORB

Brexit EU Referendum, EU, UK, European Union, Brexit ,British EU Opinion Poll ,Europe,David Cameron, British prime minister 

As the date for Brexit referendum is approaching near the buzz around it is gaining. David Cameron, British prime minister, declared June 23rd as the date of referendum, when United Kingdom will vote on the question of whether to stay “in” or “out” of the European Union.

Different experts have given different opinion about the probable pros and cons of being in the EU. Prime Minister Cameron himself has been pushing for UK to remain a part of EU. He has been campaigning to stay in the bloc after London Mayor Boris Johnson dealt a blow by backing a “Brexit”. 

The date of referendum is near and so various opinion polls have started to predict the outcome of the vote. Most of the opinion polls done by various prominent agencies predict a close vote between the “Ins” and “OUTs”. The data from different sources shows a deep divide in the people over the question of Brexit.The latest weekly online opinion poll conducted by the firm ICM between 6-8 may, 2016 shows that 44% of the people had voted for “Remain” and 46% had voted for “Leave” while 11% people remain undecided over what to vote.

The survey was conducted over a sample size of 2,005 people.Last week opinion poll by ICM between 29 April – May 3 2016 predicted 44% for the “Remain” and 45% for the “Leave”.Another prominent agency YouGov conduted an online poll between 3-6 May and found that 42% of the people voted for “Remain” while 40% voted for “Leave” and 13% people remained undecided. The survey was done over a sample size of 3,378 electorates.

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