Conservatives and Labour remain neck and neck in latest Survation voting intention
State of the parties (change vs 7th September)
Results taken from Survation’s weekly Omnibus
Conservatives 40% (+2), Labour 39% (+2), Lib Dem 7% (-3), UKIP 6% (+2), SNP 4% (NC), Others 5% (-3)
The Conservatives and Labour remain in a virtual tie in Survation’s latest poll of voting intention. Both parties have picked up two percentage points since September, to leave the Conservatives on 40 percent and Labour just behind on 39 percent.
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