Death of the Labour Party?

May 2015 UK general election 

Britain-wide voting intentions (ICM, 12th-16th December) :

Labour 33% (+1)
Conservatives 28% (-3)

UKIP 14% (n/c)

Liberal Democrats 14% (+3)
Others (including SNP) 6% (n/c)
Greens 5% (-1)

 

Scotland 

 SNP                             43%
Labour                        35%
Conservatives           7%
Liberal Democrats 7%
Greens                         5%
UKIP                             1%

Comment:  SNP are on 5% GB-wide, so they’re level with the Greens.

 Wales

Labour 36% (-3%)

Conservatives 23% (no change)

UKIP 20% (+6%)

Plaid Cymru 13% (+3%)

Lib-Dems 4% (-4%)

Green 4% (-2%)

Northern Ireland

The  SDLP  is a sister party of  Labour. It will be defending 3 seats in the 2015 election:

SDLP seats

Belfast South will be at risk if the unionists  unite around the DUP, which came second in 2010.

 

Republic of Ireland

Independents and Others 32% (+ 9%) = 52 seats

 Sinn Fein 22% (- 2%)                                 =  36 seats

Fianna Fail 21% (+ 1%)                              =  36 seats

Fine Gael 19% (- 5%)                                    = 32 seats

Labour Party 6% (- 3%)                               =  0 seats!!!!!

Comment:  Labour is on  a general downward trend throughout the islands of Great Britain and Ireland

 

PS – The latest member of Sinn Fein, not content with demanding the resignations of all leaders, has changed the words of the National Anthem

 

http://scotgoespop.blogspot.it/2014/12/snp-hold-17-lead-in-new-scot-goes-pop.html#comment-form

http://ukgeneralelection.com/2014/11/17/northern-ireland-coalition-kingmaker/

http://adriankavanaghelections.org/2014/12/04/independents-day-again-but-disaster-for-the-government-parties-constituency-level-analysis-of-the-irish-times-ipsos-mrbi-opinion-poll-4th-december-2014/#more-7599

http://ukgeneralelection2015.blogspot.it/2014/10/yougov-welsh-poll-for-itv-wales.html

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