Survation UK Voting Intention Poll 10 December 2020
Survation’s latest UK voting intention poll, conducted 4th – 10th December 2020, shows the Conservatives on 39% with a narrow lead over Labour on 37%.
These figures are unchanged from our survey of UK voters conducted 5th – 6th November 2020.
It has been one year since the 2019 UK General Election. While the contest between the Conservatives and Labour has somewhat stabilised in recent weeks, our polling shows that there have been significant movements in vote intention share in the past year for the two largest parties. Following their resounding victory in December 2019, the Conservatives maintained and grew their lead over Labour, with a peak share in April of 48% and a 17-point lead. But by November this year, the Conservatives had dropped below 40% for the first time since November 2019.
The Liberal Democrats have not built on the 12% share they achieved in 2019, while in a year that began with the UK’s departure from the European Union, the Brexit Party retains some small appeal.
Survation conducted an online poll of 3,452 adults aged 18+ living in the UK. Fieldwork was conducted between 4th and 10th December 2020. Data tables are available here.
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