Proportion of decided voters who will cast a ballot to reject the proposed alternative vote system increases by three points points since April.
Issue: 2011 British ReferendumRSS
Practically three-in-five decided voters would cast a ballot to keep the existing first past the post system.
Labour Party maintains the upper hand, as UKIP drops two points.
Decided voters are almost evenly split when assessing the new alternative vote system.
More than a third of respondents remain undecided about the upcoming alternative vote referendum.
A majority of respondents are still “not too informed” or “not informed at all” about the proposed electoral system.
A large proportion of Britons remains uninformed about the referendum that could alter the way members of the House of Commons are elected, a new Vision Critical / Angus Reid poll has found.
More than half of respondents say they are “not too informed” or “not informed at all” about the proposed electoral system.