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The poll, conducted from May 9th to May 13th by Kantar Public, shows Labour polling at 34% of the vote, with the Conservatives plummeting 7 points to just 25%.
Meanwhile, Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party appear to be severely impacting the Tories’ figures, instantly jumping to 10% of the vote.
However, things are not so rosy on the other side of the Brexit divide, with the unequivocally anti-Brexit party, Change UK, polling at just 1%.
Elsewhere, the Lib Dems have followed up their successful Local Election results with a 4-point surge, jumping from 11% to 15% – whilst the Green Party have dropped a single point to 3%.
On the other side of the political divide, Nigel Farage’s former party, UKIP, appear to be becoming increasingly irrelevant, dropping 3 points, from 7% to just 4%.
Westminster voting intention:
LAB: 34% (-1)
CON: 25% (-7)
LDEM: 15% (+4)
BREX: 10% (+10)
UKIP: 4% (-3)
GRN: 3% (-1)
CHUK: 1% (+1)
via @Kantar , 09 – 13 May
Chgs. w/ 08 Apr
— Britain Elects (@BritainElects) May 14, 2019
Intriguingly, Kantar state that their figures for The Brexit Party and Change UK were “based on respondents that spontaneously named these parties as an “other” answer”.
Elsewhere in the wide-ranging poll, support for a public vote on any Brexit deal has dropped by 4 points, from 51% to 47% since April.
The poll also has Remain winning any new referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU by a significant margin, with 42% of people indicating they would vote to stay in, and just 33% indicating support for Brexit.
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