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UKIP in third

UKIP in third
UKIP has ranked above the Liberal Democrats in another opinion poll.

An Ipsos MORI poll found the Lib Dems on their lowest voting intention of the Parlaiment with the firm, only 8%, while UKIP were third. The top line voting intention scores were LAB 43%, CON 30%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 9%, OTHER 10%.

It also found David Cameron was a less popular Prime Minister than Gordon Brown, a new Ipsos MORI poll has suggested. The firm's monthly tracker showed a negative rating of -25, lower than the last Labour prime minister's rating at the same stage in the last parliament. He is also less popular than Ed Miliband, who has a net negative rating of -12.

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