20 May 2021
Poll: Almost 9 in 10 “Red Wall” Conservative voters back a new UK-Australia trade deal
20 May 2021
Research conducted by Stack Data Strategy for IFT, has found that:
“…show that the UK is taking advantage of the opportunities outside the EU to improve trade links with the rest of the world.” (85% support)
“…make it easier for people in both countries to provide services to the other.” (80% support)
“…lead to lower tariffs and increased trade.” (70% support)
IFT President, Lord Hannan of Kingsclere, said: “This poll should grab the attention of anyone interested in the political economy of the UK, and particularly the future of the Conservative Party. Boris Johnson has begun repainting the Red Wall – this survey suggests that for those very same voters, a trade deal with Australia is a top priority.”
Note to editors:
This poll was conducted by Stack Data Strategy – a registered member of the British Polling Council, which upholds the highest standards ensuring “that consumers of survey results entering the public domain have an adequate basis for judging the reliability and validity of the results.”
The poll, conducted this week, surveyed over 500 people who voted for the Conservative Party at the 2019 general election and live in so-called “Red Wall” constituencies. The full tables of the results, and a methodology note, will be made available on their website within 24 hours of this press release: www.stackdatastrategy.com.
This is a flash poll designed to gauge a snapshot of current political sentiment amongst a particular portion of the electorate.
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