Opinion polling for the 1945 United Kingdom general election


In the run-up to the 1945 United Kingdom general election, various organisations carry out opinion polling to gauge voting intention. Results of such polls are displayed in this article.

The date range for these opinion polls are from 1943 until late June 1945.

UK opinion polling for the 1945 election
  Conservative
  Labour
  Liberal

Polling results


All Data is from PollBase[1]

1943–1945

Survey
end date
Pollster Client Con Lab Lib Lead
July 1945 1945 general election[2] 39.6% 48.0% 9% 8.4%
Jun 1945 Gallup News chronicle 41% 47% 10.5% 6%
Jun 1945 Centre of Public Opinion Daily Express 45% 45% 12% Tie
Jun 1945 Gallup News chronicle 37% 45% 15% 8%
May 1945 Gallup News chronicle 33% 45% 15% 12%
Apr 1945 Gallup News chronicle 28% 47% 14% 19%
Feb 1945 Gallup News chronicle 27.5% 47% 12.5% 20%
Jan 1944 Gallup News chronicle 28% 45% 12% 17%
Dec 1943 Gallup News chronicle 31.5% 46.5% 11.5% 15%
Jul 1943 Gallup News chronicle 33% 47.5% 11% 14.5%
Jun 1943 Gallup News chronicle 36% 44% 10.5% 8%
Nov 1935 1935 general election[2] 53.3% 38.0% 6.7% 15.3%

Pre 1943

Survey
end date
Pollster Client Gov. Opp. Don't Know Lead
Feb 1940 Gallup N/A 51% 27% 22% 24%
Dec 1939 Gallup N/A 54% 30% 16% 14%
Feb 1939 Gallup N/A 50% 44% 6% 6%

References


  1. "PollBase: British voting intention opinion polls since 1943". Mark Pack. Retrieved 2018-08-18.
  2. Audickas, Lukas; Cracknell, Richard; Loft, Philip (2020). UK Election Statistics: 1918-2019: A Century of Elections (PDF). House of Commons Library. p. 12.