Voting Intention: Conservatives 40%, Labour 27%

Matthew SmithHead of Data Journalism
October 26, 2016, 3:43 PM GMT+0

Conservatives maintain their double digit voting intention lead for another week

At 13 points, the Conservative lead remains incredibly strong in this week's Times/YouGov voting intention survey, with the Tories on 40% whilst Labour remain stuck in the twenties at 27%.

Elsewhere, UKIP remains steady on 11% and the Lib Dems are up two points to 11%. Votes for other parties are up one point to 11%.

In the best Prime Minister stakes, both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn suffer a two point drop, in May's case to 48% and Corbyn's to 16%. More than a third (36%) of people say can't choose between the two.

Photo: PA

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