Super Poll Points To Conservative Majority



A new super poll of 100,000 people taken on Tuesday in every constituency points to a Conservative majority of 68.

The poll by You Gov for The Times, which predicted the 2017 result suggests the following vote share.

Conservatives 43%
Labour 32%
Lib Dems 14%
Brexit Party 3%

The casualties for Labour would include Dennis Skinner in Bolsover and Caroline Flint in Don Valley.

Other Tory gains include:

West Bromwich East
Vale of Clwyd
Clwyd South
Ynys Mon
Dudley North
West Bromwich West
Wolverhampton North East Wolverhampton South West
Ashfield
Bassetlaw
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Stoke-on-Trent Central
Stoke-on-Trent North
Crewe & Nantwich
Warrington South
Weaver Vale
Bury South
Leigh
Blackpool South
Hyndburn
Penistone and Stocksbridge
Rother Valley
Dewsbury
Keighley
Wakefield
Bishop Auckland
Darlington
Stockton South

The Lib Dems are forecasted for a net gain of one.

They would gain Sheffield Hallam, Cheltenham, Richmond Park and St Albans from the Tories but would lose Eastbourne and North Norfolk to the Conservatives and one of its Scottish seats to the SNP.

Tories Paul Masterton in East Renfrewshire and Stephen Kerr in Stirling are forecast to lose in Scotland.

Boris Johnson is forecast to hold Uxbridge comfortably.