Voting Intention: Conservatives 24%, Labour 24% (8-9 May)

May 13, 2019, 7:16 AM GMT+0

Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention figures

The latest YouGov/Times voting intention survey sees the vote share for the two main parties slump to 24% each since last week's results. Their combined 48% is the lowest two-party share of the vote YouGov has ever recorded.

The Brexit Party is in third place on 18% (from 15% last week), while the Liberal Democrats follow their strong showing at the local elections with a 16% vote intention share - their highest since July 2010. Prior to the local elections they had been on 13%.

Voting intention for smaller parties stands at 7% for the Greens (from 5%), 2% for Change UK (from 3%) and 2% for UKIP (unchanged). Votes for all other parties stand at 6% (from 5%).

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