On 21 January 2022, we presented the results of our ‘Red Wall’ poll in a Twitter thread, which can be viewed here

The poll was conducted on 19-20 January 2022, with 1,000 respondents in the following 40 traditionally Labour-held parliamentary constituencies gained by the Conservative Party in the 2019 General Election (or the 2021 Hartlepool By-Election): 

Ashfield

Barrow and Furness

Bassetlaw

Birmingham Northfield

Bishop Auckland

Blackpool South

Blyth Valley

Bolsover

Bolton North East

Bridgend

Burnley

Bury South

Clwyd South

Darlington

Delyn

Don Valley

Dudley North

Gedling

Great Grimsby

Heywood and Middleton

Hartlepool

Hyndburn

Leigh

Newcastle-Under-Lyme

North West Durham

Penistone and Stocksbridge

Redcar

Rother Valley

Scunthorpe

Sedgefield

Stoke-On-Trent Central

Stoke-On-Trent North

Vale Of Clwyd

Wakefield

West Bromwich East

West Bromwich West

Wolverhampton North East

Workington

Wrexham

Ynys Môn

For more details, please see the data tables below.

To find out more information about this research contact our research team. Redfield & Wilton Strategies is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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