The survey also found that around a quarter of British adults say they could see themselves voting for UKIP at a General Election, an ITV News/ComRes poll has found.
In the poll, 27% said they would vote for Nigel Farage's party at a General Election, compared with over a third (34%) who could see themselves voting UKIP in a European Parliament election.
Three in ten (30%) say they could see themselves voting UKIP in a local council election.
ComRes interviewed 2,060 British adults online between 23rd and 26th May - this data was weighted to be representative of all GB adults aged 18 and over.
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