COUNTY ELECTIONS: Our exclusive on line poll puts Tories ahead, Labour second, Lib Dems third
NEARLY 1,700 people have so far given us their voting intentions for the 2009 Cambridgeshire County Council elections. And the results, so far, confirm the Conservatives in front but there is currently a strong support for Labour, which is in a comfortabl
NEARLY 1,700 people have so far given us their voting intentions for the 2009 Cambridgeshire County Council elections.
And the results, so far, confirm the Conservatives in front but there is currently a strong support for Labour, which is in a comfortable second place.
Liberal Democrats are trailing in third place, and other parties- and independents- have so far collected only a handful of supporters.
The poll is being conducted on three of our websites which cover Cambridgeshire, www.wisbechstandard24.co.uk, www.cambstimes24.co.uk, and the county wide, www.cambs24.co.uk
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Full results of the poll as of May 15:
• Conservatives 743
- 1 Covid-19 numbers in Fenland higher than rest of county
- 2 Homeless champion delighted as young couple finally have shelter
- 3 Crash boy's mum says he's 'badly shaken but OK'
- 4 Council books seven hotels and guest houses for homeless
- 5 Chief executive takes 'personal oversight' of inquiry into deputy leader's farm tenancy
- 6 High life ends for Bentley owning drug dealer
- 7 County cops issue more than 60 Covid fines since beginning of 2021
- 8 Cops 'cash and carry' raid nets 108 cannabis plants and £100,000
- 9 'Sorry for any delay' but we're getting there says vaccine rollout manager
- 10 Frightened cancer patient with Covid relieved as hospital extend stay
• Labour 527
• Liberal Democrat 245
• UKIP 52
• Independent 38
• Green Party 19
• Don't know 31
However with the Daily Telegraph revelations continuing to cause major upheaval at national levels - and with some Cambridgeshire MPs coming into the limelight over the expenses issue- it could all change next week.
No political party in Cambridgeshire is yet to indicate their thoughts on any fall out locally among voters in the county council elections.
The latest poll results will be updated next week.