General election 2017: Latest polls
May 12th 2017
Theresa May's Conservative Party is riding high in the polls a month before voting begins in the snap General Election that she called for June 8. Some polls have the Tories at almost double the vote share of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, indicating that the most likely outcome of the election would be a landslide victory that would increase her party’s current working majority of 17 in the House of Commons. Indeed, some experts estimate that the Tories will take as many as 56 seats from Labour, leaving them with a 200-seat lead over the official opposition party. This could be aided by UKIP's apparent collapse in popular support over recent weeks.
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General election 2017: Latest polls
May 12th 2017
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Theresa May's Conservative Party is riding high in the polls a month before voting begins in the snap General Election that she called for June 8. Some polls have the Tories at almost double the vote share of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, indicating that the most likely outcome of the election would be a landslide victory that would increase her party’s current working majority of 17 in the House of Commons. Indeed, some experts estimate that the Tories will take as many as 56 seats from Labour, leaving them with a 200-seat lead over the official opposition party. This could be aided by UKIP's apparent collapse in popular support over recent weeks.
General election 2017: Latest polls
May 12th 2017
Theresa May's Conservative Party is riding high in the polls a month before voting begins in the snap General Election that she called for June 8. Some polls have the Tories at almost double the vote share of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party, indicating that the most likely outcome of the election would be a landslide victory that would increase her party’s current working majority of 17 in the House of Commons. Indeed, some experts estimate that the Tories will take as many as 56 seats from Labour, leaving them with a 200-seat lead over the official opposition party. This could be aided by UKIP's apparent collapse in popular support over recent weeks.
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