Savanta ComRes/ Daily Telegraph Voting Intention
Base: All respondents likely to vote and expressing a voting intention (n=1,604)
(nb adds up to 101% due to rounding)
(% in second column relate to SavantaComRes/ Britain Elects poll on the 11th November 2019)
- Savanta ComRes’ latest voting intention shows Conservatives in the lead with 40% of the vote, leading the Labour Party by 10 percentage points (40% vs. 30%) - our largest Conservative lead since before the 2017 election. We did make a slight methodological tweak to account for the Brexit Party not standing in half the seats – they didn’t appear in our main ‘prompt’.
- If the parties were to achieve these vote shares at a General Election, it would result in Conservatives having a majority of 110 (Con 380, Lab 194, LD 19, SNP 36, Brex 0, PC 2, Grn 1, source: www.electoralcalculus.co.uk)
- The Remain vote splitting more equally between Labour & Lib Dems is Labour’s biggest issue – the Leave vote overwhelmingly goes Conservative.
- Around half of British adults agree they feel they have a good understanding of the Conservatives, Lib Dems or Brexit Party's Brexit Policy (53%, 49% and 48% respectively). Conversely, only a third (34%) agree they have a good understanding on Labour's Brexit policy.
- Among 2016 Remain voters only two in five (40%) agree they have a good understanding of the Labour Party's Brexit policy. Conversely three in five (62%) Leave voters agree they have a good understanding of the Conservative Party's Brexit policy.
- British adults who voted Conservative in 2017 are more likely to say they would prefer a Conservative-led Government after next month's election than those who voted Labour in 2017 would say about a Labour-led Government (80% vs. 67% respectively).
- All of the policies tested were relatively popular, besides holding a second Scottish Independent Referendum.