There has been a 10-point swing from Labour to the Conservatives in the latest polling from Savanta, leaving Keir Starmer’s party with just an 11-point lead on the Tories.
The Conservative Party has been lagging behind Labour in the polls for months, but their position has been slowly recovering since Rishi Sunak took over as Prime Minister.
The latest polling, conducted by Savanta on 25 to 27 November, saw Labour drop five points, leaving them with 42 percent support.
The Tories gained five points taking them to 31 percent approval.
The Lib Dems maintained their position at 10 percent, as did Reform on five percent support and the SNP on 4 percent.
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