A bold headline on a press statement released today proclaims: One Third of Voters may Vote Conservative.
Clearly this was not related to the politicking in Britain, where the the Conservatives are struggling for support.
A recent YouGov poll found the centrist Liberal Democrats were the surprise leader in a new survey which asked British voters who should lead Parliament.
The Liberal Democrats held the support of 24 per cent of voters, while the Labour and Conservative parties were tied at 19 per cent each.
The far-right Brexit Party came in second place, with 22 per cent of voters’ support.
The press statement we referenced in the opening paragraph related to poll results in this country and was released by the New Conservative Party, which clearly has mastered the craft of spin doctoring.
Christians were left out of considerations in the headline, disguising the broader poll finding (as headlined on Kiwiblog) that 33% could vote for a conservative or Christian party. In that headline, “conservative” was spelled with a small “c”. Continue reading “Poll points to a heartening level of support for conservatives AND for Christians”