Every poll in Australia had the Labor party winning the national election. Instead, the Conservatives won.
Angela Merkel won her fourth term but the results were not pretty either for Merkel’s CDU/CSU party or SPD, her Grand Coalition partner following the last election.
Survation posted a pair of back-to-back polls on June 2-3 that had the lead for Theresa May’s Tories (conservatives), down to 1% over Jeremy Corbyn’ Labour Party.
Unless the central government in Madrid forcibly stops elections, the Catalan Independence Vote will take place on October 1. Politico covers What Spain has to Lose from Catalan Independence.
Both the Tories and Labour are picking up votes. Who is winning in the exchange?
Graphs below show Brexit poll results since June 10. There were 10 polls in all, five online and 5 phone.
An average of the last six polls suggests a Tory majority of 46 according to Electoral Calculus.
Conventional wisdom suggests National Front candidate Marine le Pen will make it to the second round in French elections, then lose in a landslide to whoever her opponent happens to be.
Emanuel Macron’s En Marche party scored big in French national elections today, but turnout was a record low 35% with a couple hours to go according to Politico.