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Monday, 4 June, 2001, 21:23 GMT 22:23 UK
Online 1000: Full figures
ICM polled 1,112 adults in England, Wales and Scotland between Tuesday 29th May and Sunday 3rd May, 283 of them by telephone and the rest by the internet. The results have been weighted to the profile of all adults.
Q.1 Which party do you trust to run the NHS most effectively?

Q.2 Which party do you trust to run state schools most effectively?

Q.3 Which party do you trust to best manage the economy?

Q.4 Which party do you think has the best policies to tackle crime?

Q.5 Which party do you think will best protect the UK's interests in the European Union?

Q.6 6. Which party do you think has the best Public Transport policies?

Q.7 How likely is it that you will vote in an immediate general election?

Q.8 Which party leader do you think would make the best Prime Minister?

Q.9 Regardless of whom you intend to vote for, which party leader has impressed you the MOST in the campaign so far?

Q.10 Regardless of whom you intend to vote for, which party leader has impressed you the LEAST in the campaign so far?

Q.11 Do you think this General Election has been more ‘stage-managed’ than other recent UK General Elections, less, or is it really no different?

Q.12 Generally speaking, do you feel the election campaign has made you more likely to vote, less likely, or has it really made no difference?

* Q.13 Which of the following words, if any, would you use to describe the run up to the General Election so far?

Q.14 During the election campaign, have you changed your mind about which party you will vote for?

Q.15 Do you think that the issues that are most important to you have been properly addressed during the election campaign?

* Q.16 Which issues do you feel have not been properly addressed?

Q.17 If proportional representation was introduced, that is, that the country adopts a new voting system that would give parties seats in Parliament in proportion to their share of the vote, do you think you would be more likely to vote, less likely, or would it make no difference?

Q.18 When deciding which party to vote for, which ONE of the following issues has the greatest influence on your decision?

Q.19 Which of these statements comes closest to your view about Britain and the European Single Currency, the Euro?

Q.20 Regardless of your views on the Euro, do you think Britain will adopt the Single European, Currency (the Euro), in the next 5 years, 10 years, 25 years, or, never?

* Results add up to more than 100% as those surveyed could make more than one choice.

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