Khan-commissioned poll contradicts consultation findings over ULEZ

A new poll commissioned by London mayor Sadiq Khan over the ULEZ expansion to cover Greater London is directly contradicting reports of consultation responses against the decision.

London’s financial paper City AM says figures published today by YouGov suggest that 51% of Londoners are in favour of the expansion plans, against an opposition of 27%.

Out of this majority, eight per cent of respondents believe the expansion – which would come into effect in August next year – should be postponed to a later date.

This goes against what documents seen by the Telegraph last week say. They reported 66% of respondents to the official consultation – which ran this summer separately from the poll – were opposed to expanding the low-emission zone.

(Picture courtesy of Croydon Council)


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