The campaign trail is hotting up now, with leaders and candidates from all parties hitting the road to deliver their message and try convince the public to follow their vision for Brexit and beyond. Follow Express.co.uk below as we track the latest opinion polls as they come in, with analysis of how each party is faring ahead of the December 12 election.
Here is the latest from YouGov on voting intention, - the most recent poll surveyed 1,667 British adults between November 5 and 6.Conservative: 36 percent Labour: 25 percent Lib Dems: 17 percent Brexit Party: 11 percent Green: 5 percent SNP: 4 percent Plaid Cymru: 1 percent Other: 1 percent
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General election live poll tracker: Polls show Labour could be in for a crushing defeat (Image: GETTY)
General election live poll tracker: The latest from YouGov (Image: YouGov)
Election 2019 polls tracker: The Labour Party could face their worst election results in a century (Image: YouGov)
According to YouGov’s fieldwork, the Labour Party could face their worst election results in a century in some parts.
The pollsters said in a tweet: “Both main parties down everywhere, but Labour have been hit particularly hard and are on course for their worst performance in more than 100 years in Scotland and Wales.”
The party could lose more than 20 percent of their hold from the 2017 results, the polls show.
Jeremy Corbyn’s party will seek to turn this around ahead of the election with pledges of “real change”, campaigning to reverse Tory austerity, protect worker’s rights and plans for public investment.
General election live poll tracker: The makeup of the last House of Commons (Image: Express)
Election 2019 polls tracker: Most of those who would vote for Tory favour a pact (Image: YouGov)
Another interesting new development in polling shows that, while the Conservatives are on course to sweep up votes, most of those who would vote for the party favour a pact with the Brexit Party.
Boris Johnson’s party has firmly ruled out the prospect of an electoral pact with Nigel Farage, but it appears their voters do.
When asked: “Would you support or oppose the Conservative Party making an electoral pact with the Brexit Party, so that did