Voting Intention: Conservatives 39%, Labour 26%

Matthew SmithLead data journalist
January 05, 2017, 5:33 PM UTC

Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention figures

The first YouGov/Times voting intention figures for 2017 see the Conservatives on 39%, the same level as our last survey on 18-19 December, and Labour on 26% (from 24%), giving the Tories a 13 point lead.

Elsewhere the Liberal Democrats are on 10% (from 12% in the previous survey), UKIP are on 14% (from 14%), and votes for other parties are at 10% (from 11%).

Theresa May continues to be the favoured choice for best Prime Minister, with 47% of people preferring her to Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader is backed by 14% of voters, whilst nearly four in ten people more than a third (39%) say they can't choose between them.

Photo: PA

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