Voting Intention: Con 19%, Lab 44% (19-20 Mar 2024)

March 21, 2024, 7:06 AM GMT+0

Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention figures

The latest YouGov/Times voting intention poll has the Conservatives on 19% (-1 from 12-13 March) – the same share the party received at their lowest ebb in the aftermath of Liz Truss’s mini-Budget. These two occasions represent the joint-lowest vote shares the Conservatives have received this Parliament.

At the same time, this week’s poll also gives the Tories’ rivals to the right Reform UK their highest vote share ever, at 15% (+1).

Labour continue to lead the polls on 44% of the vote (no change from last week), while the Lib Dems are on 9% (no change) and the Greens are on 8% (+1).

Even among the oldest Britons, who have been the Conservatives’ biggest bastion of support in recent years, only 32% say they intend to vote Tory – 26% intend to back Reform UK, while 23% say they will vote Labour.

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