Voting Intention: Conservatives 38%, Labour 31%

Matthew SmithHead of Data Journalism
September 15, 2016, 1:32 PM GMT+0

As party conference season begins, the Conservatives remain firmly out in front

This week’s survey sees the Conservatives’ voting intention fall by two points to 38%, whilst Labour’s rises one point to 31%, giving a Conservative lead of 7 points.

Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats remain static on 7%, as do UKIP on 13% and voting intention for other parties is down one point to 10%.

Theresa May's personal honeymoon period continues, with 50% of people saying she would be a better Prime Minister than Jeremy Corbyn. Corbyn himself is favoured by 18% of people, whilst a further 33% say they're not sure.

Photo: PA

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