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Harris poll suggests voters are divided on whether the Coalition will last

A new Harris poll for this morning's Metro asked voters whether they think the Coalition will last. 52% says they think it unlikely to last the proposed full five-year term.

On the question of satisfaction with the alliance, 40% says they are satsified and only 23 per cent are dissatisfied.

As for voting intention, the survey produced the following findings:

Comparisons are with their poll form May 6; Harris Interactive polled 1,906 adults across Britain between June 1 and 9.

Jonathan Isaby


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