SavantaComRes/Express Voting Intention:
Con 39% (-2)
Lab 40% (-1)
LD 9% (+2)
UKIP 5% (+2)
SNP 3% (-)
Green 2% (-1)
Other 1% (-)
(nb adds up to 99% due to rounding)
(% in brackets relate to Savanta ComRes/We, the People poll on 19th May 2018)
- After the close of Labour Party Conference, and as The Conservative Party Conference begins, Labour are marginally ahead of the Conservative (40% vs 39%) – almost unchanged since the last Savanta ComRes/Reputation Communications poll in May 2018 (41% vs 41%).
- Women show equal support for Conservative and Labour (40%) while men are more likely to support Labour (35%) than Conservative (31%).
- Labour retains a huge lead among younger people (they lead the Tories by 41% among 18-24s), while the Tories lead Labour by 42 points the 65+ age group.
- Those from social grades ABC1 are more likely to support the Conservatives (AB: 43%, C1: 42%) and those from social grades C2DE are more likely to support Labour (C2: 46%; DE: 44%).