Opinium becomes third polling company to put Tory support in the twenties
Opinium has become the third polling company in as many days to report that support for the Tories in Westminster voting intention is below thirty percent – and seven points behind Labour:
LAB: 36% (+1)
CON: 29% (-6)
UKIP: 11% (+2)
LDEM: 8% (-1)
GRN: 4% (-1)
(Opinium 9 – 12 April, Changes compared to 29 March)
Labour now has an average 4.6% lead over the Tories across recent polls:
- BMG (Labour +4%)
- Delta (Labour +5%)
- Survation (Labour +4%)
- Kantar (Labour +4%)
- Hanbury (Labour +9%)
- Opinium (Labour +7%)
- ComRes (level)
- YouGov (Labour +4%)
The last time the Tories polled this low was in early 2015.
There will be flat panic among the Conservatives. Expect an even greater intensification of smears from their allies in the Establishment media – even though the previous escalation has been unsuccessful.
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