More polling showing that the EU isn’t the main issue for UKIP voters

December 1st, 2012

49%, though, rate immigration as key

Ipsos-MORI aggregated data from their issues index polling will be published next week with the quite remarkable finding that just 20% of UKIP voters mention EU/Europe as a key issue facing the country.

The one area that they are really concerned about is immigration with 49%.

The Ipsos-MORI Issues Index, now more than half way through its 4th decade, allows respondents to name as many issues as they like without there being any prompts. It’s regarded as perhaps the best test of salience.

Mike Smithson

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