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EU earthquake. The Brexit Party polls higher than Labour and Tories, COMBINED! (Video)

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The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the continued rise of The Brexit Party, which now sees it’s polling numbers climb another six points in the past week, and polling higher than both Labour and The Conservatives, combined!

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Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party has surged again. After parting ways with the increasingly irrelevant UK Independence Party (UKIP), Farage’s newly branded “people’s army” is now polling above the Labour and Conservative parties put together ahead of the European Parliamentary elections at the end of May.

From humble beginnings in his small, creaking Westminster office, the Brexit Party has managed to command the attention of the electorate ahead of what is being billed as an effective “second referendum”: the EuroParl elections.

New data published by the Observer newspaper (the Guardian’s Sunday, sister paper) reveals the Brexit Party polling at 34 per cent of the vote. Up another six points in the past week.

Meanwhile, Labour come in second with 21 per cent of the vote (down seven), and the Conservative Party trail in fourth – behind the Liberal Democrats (12) – with just 11 per cent of the vote. This, if realized, would be the Conservative Party’s worst ever performance in an election in modern history.

Westminster voting intention – if there were to be a domestic General Election soon – also spells major trouble for Theresa May’s so-called Conservative Party.

The Observer/Opinion poll shows Labour on 28 per cent, the Conservative Party on 22 per cent, and the Brexit Party on 21 per cent.

The shift in Labour votes to the Brexit Party in recent weeks is a direct result of Farage and the Brexit Party team taking their show on the road to the Labour heartlands of Britain.

Farage has held over a dozen rallies and events in recent weeks, predominantly targeting working class voters who opted to Leave the European Union, but have traditionally supported the Labour Party.

The Labour Party’s position on Brexit is still unclear, given its leader Jeremy Corbyn’s historically opposition to the European Union, but most of the remainder of the party being in favor.

Farage and co have taken clear advantage of the cognitive dissonance emanating from Labour, and the sheer ineptitude of May’s Conservative Party.

The European elections will be held on May 23, with Human Events on the ground in London, reporting.


The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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May 13, 2019

Regarding Theresa May and the UK Conservative Party: There seem to be some electoral similarities to what happened to the Conservative Party in Canada under Kim Campbell. If I remember correctly, in Canada the Canadian Conservative Party went down to around 5 seats and lost official party status. The upstart Reform Party (later merged into a “new” conservative party in a unite the right move) became the official opposition to a Liberal majority government. My memory is only sure of the Conservative Party debacle (my laziness in doing some searches on this is my fault 🙂 ). Perhaps Theresa May… Read more »

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May 14, 2019

Looks like they’ll have to do some heavy election rigging…

And of course if the election result matches those polls, the “news” will be something along the lines of “A vast majority of people, 66%, voted against the neo-nazi fascist Brexit Party. This clearly shows that two thirds of the population want to remain in the EU. And it would have been far more if all the good anti-Brexit people had voted instead of staying home. This result clearly shows that the people at large do not want Brexit.”

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