Voting Intention: Conservatives 42%, Labour 28%

Matthew SmithLead data journalist
November 18, 2016, 2:31 PM UTC

Labour remains stuck in the high 20s for another week

This week's voting intention figures see the Conservatives up one point to 42% whilst Labour remain at 28%, giving the Tories a 14 point lead over their main rival.

Elsewhere, UKIP remains static on 11% whilst the Lib Dems are down two points to 8%. Votes for other parties remain at 11%.

Theresa May remains the favoured choice for best Prime Minister of nearly half of voters, with 48% of people preferring her to Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader is backed by 18% of voters, whilst more than a third (34%) say they don’t know.

Photo: PA

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