The Brexit-the party of the right-wing populists Nigel Farage leads the British survey values for the European elections in may. A Wednesday survey published by the Institute Yougov, for the Anti-EU party, with 27 percent of the opposition Labour party, with 22 percent and the Conservative Prime Minister, Theresa May, with 15 per cent. Farage's former party, Ukip lost, however, in comparison to the previous week significantly support and fell to seven percent.
Farage's Brexit-and the party had started its election campaign for the European elections on Friday officially. In a similar Yougov survey a week ago, it was still well behind the two major British parties, could now increase of twelve percentage points.
The party takes disgruntled Euro-skeptics in sight, are angry about Mays inability of London's withdrawal from the EU to conclude as planned.
last December, the Ukip out
Farage occur had co-founded Ukip in 1993 and led the party in 2014 as the strongest British force in the European Parliament. The right-wing populist was one of the main initiators of the referendum on withdrawal of Britain from the EU.
After the successful Brexit vote in 2016, he gave the Ukip party Chairman. Last December, he resigned finally. Ukip was not "the Brexit-party, our country needs so badly," he explained to the rationale.
For the survey, respondents Yougov on Monday and Tuesday, a total of 1855 adults. (fal/afp)
Created: 17.04.2019, 20:35 PM