The poll was conducted by Survation, a member of the British Polling Council.
The most interesting feature of this poll are the findings with respect to voting intentions for the London Assembly top-up list vote. This is a proportional representation election where any party that gets over 5% will get one of their candidates elected.
The poll showed the following result:
Liberal Democrats 9.6%
English Democrats 3.6%
As we can see the English Democrats are out polling the BNP - albeit by a narrow margin. On this showing neither would get any candidates elected although with these figures UKIP would get two. I would be surprised if UKIP polled so strongly. I would also be surprised frankly if the combined BNP-ED vote was as high as 6.8%.
(N.B. Senior BNP Adam Walker has just a text out calling fror activists to help in their campaign - again asking them to contact Mike Jones. Steve Squire-Mendoza has definately been frozen out and will be expelled from the BNP once they have lost and the election is out of the way.)
Of course this is just an opinion poll. The real votes will be counted next week. Nevertheless this opinion poll is yet another straw in the wind that indicates that once the English Democrats really start motoring ahead it can make great strides forward.