The People’s National Party’s (PNP’s) support among voters has risen between the last two polls, cutting the gap the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) enjoyed.
The latest poll showed support for the JLP at 37% and the PNP at 25%. This rating came when electors were asked which party they would vote for.
The PNP’s numbers increased by five percentage points as in the previous Poll they got only 20% support of those surveyed, compared to 36% for the JLP. The JLP’s support increased one percentage
Those who said they were not sure who they would vote for declined from 23% to 19%. Those saying they would not vote dropped one point from 20% to 19% in the latest poll.
The latest Poll was conducted by Don Anderson for the Gleaner/RJR Group August 21 to 24.