Almost a quarter of undecided voters unhappy with PM's decision to leave D-Day event early, Sky News YouGov panel suggests

11 June 2024, 14:25 | Updated: 11 June 2024, 17:00

Nearly a quarter of undecided voters are unhappy with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's decision to leave D-Day commemorations early, the Sky News YouGov Voters Panel suggests.

We have teamed up with the pollster YouGov to create a unique online community representing over 40 different seats in the general election.

When asked what, if any, campaign moments have stood out, 11 of our panel mentioned D-Day. This voter summed up the sentiments of many, saying: "Although he's apologised, I think it was very rude."

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Over the next few weeks, our Voters Panel will be voicing their views on the politicians vying for their votes.

Many are unconvinced and unimpressed with the campaign so far, with several saying there's little difference between the two main parties.

"There's nothing specific, nothing committed, it just seems to be a bit of a shouting match," one voter told us.

Another said: "The days of honest politicians seem to have gone."

The Voters Panel will give us snapshot reactions to set-piece moments as well as unplanned missteps.

Our panellists live in different areas and have different political persuasions, but each one is still deciding who to vote for.

Telling us their thoughts directly, we'll find out what's working and what's not.

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