With the election just two days away new polls have highlighted the growing demand for a change to the UK’s voting system.
UKIP are on course for at least 10% of the vote, but will likely end up with a just a handful of seats. Our Westminster electoral system is broken.
If the SNP take almost all the 59 Scottish seats up for grabs, then this will reiterate the failures of first-past-the-post.
Douglas Carswell, UKIP’s first elected MP, has suggested that his party could deliver electoral reform after the election.
YouGov’s latest survey, for the Sunday Times, suggests that Labour could get 32% of the vote, which could give the party a majority.
Sunday’s YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, puts the two main parties on 32% each and the Greens in fourth place for the third poll in a row.
Thursday’s YouGov poll, for the The Sun, puts the Green party in fourth place, one point ahead of the Liberal Democrats.
A new YouGov poll shows that if candidates from smaller parties, like the Greens and UKIP, had a chance of winning, more people would vote for such parties.
Sunday’s YouGov poll has put Labour back in the lead after the firm’s previous poll gave a one point lead to the Conservatives.
Despite losing the referendum, the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon are the most trusted to deliver new powers for Scotland, a new poll reveals.