UK Voting Intention Poll: Changing tide leaves Conservatives and Labour almost neck and neck

Survation Political Poll – 3rd June 2020


Survation’s latest UK voting intention poll, conducted 3rd June, shows that in less than two weeks a commanding Conservative lead over Labour has declined into a marginal advantage.


The Conservatives’ current voting intention figure is 41%, 4 points down compared to our previous poll of 22nd-26th May. Meanwhile, Labour is up 5 points to 39%. The Conservatives retain a marginal mathematical lead, of 3%, which is down from 12% in the May poll, and 17% in our 27-28 April poll.


We remain a likely four years out from the next general election, and there remains much for the parties and their leaders do in that time to ultimately determine their success – or failure.







Our poll features:


– General Election Voting Intention

– Party Leader Approval

– Government Performance Approval

– Best Prime Minister


Survation conducted an online poll of 1,018 adults aged 18+ living in the UK. Fieldwork was on 3 June 2020. Data tables are available here.


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