ALMOST three quarters of people in the local area believe David Cameron will be Prime Minister after this year’s general election – according to surveys carried out by the Observer.
This was not a formal opinion poll and the results do not necessarily represent the views of voters across the constituency.
Of the 203 respondents in the Observer area who expressed a preference, almost half picked Mr Cameron as their top choice to be Prime Minister after May (48 per cent).
UKIP leader Nigel Farage was second choice with 22 per cent, compared to 14 per cent picking Labour’s Ed Miliband, while Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, outscoring Lib Dem Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg by eight to seven per cent.
Almost three quarters of people thought Mr Cameron would be Prime Minister after May (74 per cent), with just 19 per cent expecting Mr Miliband to take the country’s top job.
Health policy, immigration and the approach to Europe were the biggest issues named.