How likely would you be to vote in a UK General Election on a scale of 0 to 10?

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"How likely would you be to vote in a UK General Election on a scale of 0 to 10? (Different wording by all polling companies)"

Survey years

  • 07 March 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1002 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

  • 07 April 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1006 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: 'The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?'

  • 15 April 2014: Survation survey for The Sunday Post with 1001 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: 'The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?'

  • 12 May 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1003 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: 'The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?'

  • 10 June 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1004 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: 'The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?'

  • 08 July 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1013 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    Full question wording: 'The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?'

  • 13 November 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1001 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?

  • 18 December 2014: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1001 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

  • 16 January 2015: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1006 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    The next UK general election for the Westminster Parliament is due to take place in May 2015. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?

  • 17 February 2015: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1011 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

  • 10 March 2015: Survation survey for Unison with 1005 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

    The next UK Westminster for the Westminster Parliament is now about three months away. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?

  • 17 March 2015: Survation survey for Daily Record with 1027 respondents, 16 and older.    Further info

    The next UK Westminster for the Westminster Parliament is now about three months away. If this Westminster election were to be held tomorrow, how likely do you think you would be to vote on a scale of 0-10?

  • 09 April 2015: YouGov survey for The Times with 1056 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

    The general election will be held on May 7. On a scale of 0 (certain NOT to vote) to 10 (absolutely certain to vote), how likely are you to vote in the general election?

  • 20 April 2015: YouGov survey for The Times with 1111 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

  • 01 May 2015: YouGov survey for The Sunday Times with 1162 respondents, 18 and older.    Further info

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