- Conservatives fail to resonate with millennials with Labour 25 points ahead from start of campaign.
- May’s failure to debate not acceptable.
- Election was not just about Brexit, or how bad Corbyn might be.
- SNP lose 1/3 of seats as Scotland voters once again say they want to remain part of the Union.
London- ENGLAND: 12 June 2017 – Polls from calling of snap election through to just before election day showed millennials would vote labour and that if they turned out to vote would swing the election towards labour.
Ivan Greenwald CEO of MOBOPINIONS said “Mrs May misjudged the mood of the country and by not debating or focusing on manifesto issues alienated many voters. She was not alone with Nicola Sturgeon also misreading the voters loyalty to the union, which resulted in the SNP losing 1/3 of its seats.
On a positive not Ivan said “The union is now more united than ever behind Brexit with government representatyion across all countries.”
All surveys were conducted on iOS and Android devices in-app within 100’s of different mobile applications, leveraging MOBOPINIONS network of respondents and proprietary technology.
MOBOPINIONS mobile survey research platform reaches over 100 million monthly respondents across the United States (1 billion globally), through thousands of apps on smartphones & tablets. The proprietary platform enables survey researchers and brands to gain opinions and insight from mobile audiences using the apps data to gather location, demographics and device specific information, including the Device Ad ID, which has been used with Facebook, Google and other digital advertiser to reach users displaying similar behavioural attributes.