Thirty-six percent (36%) of Antiguans polled would have voted for
the ABLP in elections were called now.
The information is contained in a new poll by pollster Peter Wickham done between February 2-5.
It revealed that only 24% would have opted for the UPP and 5% for the DNA.
Cumulatively some 35% of respondents opted not to answer the question and were classified as “Uncertain Voters”.
The comparative with 2016 is also interesting here since in that poll some 35% of Antiguans opted for the ABLP, while 28% preferred the UPP, suggesting that both the ABLP and UPP have strengthened marginally, with the UPP growing its support by 4% and the ABLP by 1%.
“The fact that these changes fall within the margin of error of the poll suggest that since 2016 there has effectively been no significant
change in either party support or the support for the Prime Ministerial candidates for either party,” Wickham said.
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