The most recent RJR Gleaner Group Don Anderson poll indicates that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) would be victorious if a general election were to be held at this time.

The poll shows that the JLP currently boasts greater support across all categories when compared with the opposition People’s National Party (PNP).

Pollster Don Anderson is quoted by RJR as saying:

Twenty-six per cent of all persons that we interviewed said they would vote for the Jamaica Labour Party as against 19 per cent who said they would vote for the People’s National Party.”

He added: “Perhaps this seven per cent gap is less than would’ve been expected the background of the readings last week on party support and leadership support. But the fact of the matter is that when you accumulate all of this, it does suggest that there are a significant number of persons who are either undecided or have decided that they are not going to go out to vote.”

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The most recent RJR Gleaner Group Don Anderson poll indicates that the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) would be victorious if a general election were to be held at this time. The poll shows that the JLP currently boasts greater support across all categories when compared with the opposition People's National Party (PNP). Pollster Don Anderson is...

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