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UKIP: UKIP's rise confirmed in the polls

UKIP press release

Three separate polls in the Sunday newspapers put UKIP at 14%. In the Observer’s Opinium the party is ahead if the Lib Dems by 5%, in the Independent on Sunday/Mirror ComRes by 6 points and in the Mail on Sunday Survation poll UKIP lead Clegg’s party by 5.

Nigel Farage MEP, the UKIP leader said,

“This series of opinion polls, following the TNS poll earlier this week which put UKIP on a record breaking 16% make it crystal clear that UKIP are now the third party of choice in the public mind. We have never claimed to be at the centre of received opinion in the Westminster bubble, but in the country at large people are beginning to look at what we stand for and what we have to say and are realising that it is UKIP that represents the centre ground of mainstream public opinion”.

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