A recent YouGov survey indicates consistent support for the Labour Party, significantly ahead of the Conservatives. Labour also leads in voter preferences for the position of Prime Minister, with Keir Starmer surpassing Rishi Sunak.

T he most recent YouGov/The Times survey, conducted on 12-13 December 2023, reveals that the Conservative Party’s support remains steady at 22%, whereas the Labour Party has experienced a slight decrease from 45% to 44%, maintaining a notable lead.

The Liberal Democrats also sustained their support at 10%. Other parties, such as the SNP, Plaid Cymru, Reform UK, and the Green Party, saw negligible percentage changes, suggesting a relatively stable political landscape during this period.




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