Remember that at the 2014 Euro elections YouGov, by some margin, was the most accurate pollster
2014 Euros polling – Wikipedia
The others overstated UKIP lead by upto 7%
With polls coming thick and fast at the moment the one big trend is that YouGov has been showing markedly better numbers for TBP and the LDs than just about all the others. At times like this it is useful to look at the record and what happened last time.
The table above shows how well YouGov did in 2014 compared with the other firms and overstated Farage’s then party the least.
Clearly that was all five years ago but it is worth highlighting. The key to polling low turnout elections is to ensure that as far as possible your numbers are based on the views of those who have or will actually vote. It is here that YouGov, who first got into online polling nearly 20 years ago, has probably got an edge if only because of the data it has on its polling panel.
But who knows? GE2015 was a shock followed by the Brexit referendum in 2016 and of course GE2017. Might we see something like that when the Euro results start coming out a 1opm on Sunday night?