Last week’s poll: who will win the 2015 general election?

It’s exactly a year until the next General Election. What do you think is the most likely result?

The blue half of the coalition government will be heartened by The Engineer’s latest poll, with 44 per cent of respondents foreseeing a Tory victory in 2015’s general election.

The Engineer’s swingometer shows, however, that 42 per cent of 2,422 respondents were not enamoured with the voting choices presented in last week’s poll, which presented a mixture of outcomes involving the Big Three, namely Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats.

At the time of writing, a huge drop off in votes saw six per cent predicting a Conservative-led coalition, four per cent forecasting a Labour-led coalition, and three per cent envisaging a Labour majority. Only one per cent predicts a majority from outside the Big Three. 

It's exactly a year until the next General Election. What do you think is the most likely result?

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