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Tuesday, 5 June, 2001, 21:40 GMT 22:40 UK

Online 1000


Voters want 'real issues'
Two-thirds of voters believe the parties have not addressed the "real issues", says a BBC News Online/ICM poll.
Kennedy's 'honesty' pays off
Labour poll boost on Europe
Online 1000: Full figures
Voters 'disillusioned'
Most people feel no party really represents them, according to a BBC News Online 1000 survey.
Hague claws back lead on Europe
Online 1000: Full figures
Poll gloom for Hague
William Hague is trailing in the popularity stakes, according to a poll for BBC News Online.
Europe tops election issues
Online 1000: Full figures
Labour leads on race
A survey carried out for BBC News Online suggests Labour is well ahead on the sensitive issue of race, but the Tories lead on asylum seekers, writes the BBC's Peter Snow.

Previous results from the Online 1000 can be found below.

Europe becomes election battle
Politicians left drinking alone
Online 1000 figures: Race
Online 1000 figures: The issues
Voters' thumbs up to Budget
Two out of three voters approve of Gordon Brown's Budget, according to an opinion poll carried out for BBC News Online.
Online 1000 figures: The Budget
Online 1000 figures: Foot-and-mouth
UK voters' plea for public services
An exclusive BBC News Online survey suggests voters want more spent on public services rather than tax cuts in Gordon Brown's forthcoming Budget.
Online 1000 figures: Budget wish-list
Labour leads poll on the issues
An exclusive BBC News Online survey suggests Labour is winning more public support for its policies than the Tories as the election approaches.
Online 1000 figures: The issues
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