Act election spending figures show that the Tories lost just under a quarter of their total spend on the election campaign last year but a further 19% of their funding of all parliamentary parties.
Labour won just over 1.4더킹카지노 million votes, according to official statistics, while UKIP got just over 528,000.
This year the Conservatives have an overall 2% spending advantage but Labour has an advantage of just under 6%. This suggests it will take Labour to win more parliamentary seats in May.
The Conservatives, led by the outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron, will need to do more to win back the support of UKIP voters who are so strongly behind the Tories in their personal surveys.
The poll found that while 43% of UKIP voters support Theresa May’s Conservatives, 26% say that Mr Corbyn is the right choice to lead the party.
The share of UKIP voters who are „neutral on the politics“ in the UK has fallen from 47% to 39% in the past year, while a higher proportion of Conservative voters are willing to admit that the party has gone too far.
The results also suggest the Ukip Party will continue to have a strong showing in local government elections across the country.
It is predicted that UKIP will now gain just under 1% in the General Election campaign.
The report also reveals that the Scottish parties are expected to get their first MPs in the House of Commons in May, and an increased number of Ukip supporters will be getting their first seats in Scotland’s Westminster Parliament.
Meanwhile, an increased share of Ukip voters are considering voting Conservative in the upcoming May general election, with 41% of those who have gone Ukip say they더킹카지노 will vote Conservative this year.
The figures were reported in the daily Guardian/ICM poll of 1,020 people, from 18 to 27 May 2017, by ORB International pollster Margin of Error + 2% at 6.5%.
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