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16 May 2017 Sterling and Elections: Evidence from the Past Five Decades

By Samuel Tombs

It's now four weeks since the Prime Minister called a snap general election, and the Conservatives still are riding high in the opinion polls. The average of the last 10 polls suggests that the Tories are on track to take 47% of the vote, well above Labour's 30%.

Posted: 15th May 2017 in 'UK Documents'

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