New poll shows Tory fightback as Labour drops five points
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The Labour Party’s lead over the Conservatives is down by five points, according to the latest polling. The poll by Redfield Wilton shows Sir Keir Starmer’s party on 48 percent while the Tories are on 27 percent, up three percentage points.
The poll shows the Liberal Democrats down a percentage point on nine percent, Reform UK remaining on six percent and the Greens staying on five percent.
Redfield Wilton’s voting intentions polling finds Labour leading by 21 percentage points, five less than one week ago.
When those who say they do not know how they would vote in a General Election are included, Labour leads by 19 percent.
After weighting by likelihood to vote, 14 percent of those sampled say they do not know how they would vote. This includes 16 percent of those who voted Conservative in December 2019 and five percent of those who voted Labour.
Meanwhile, 87 percent of those who voted Labour in the last General Election say they would vote for the party again.
This compares to 54 percent of those who voted Conservative in 2019 saying they would vote Tory next time round.
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