Conservatives 34 (+1)
Labour 42 (-1)
Lib Dems 11 (nc)
Others 13 (nc)
The changes are from the last ComRes telephone poll which was carried out in March.
There is a large gender gap:Â 40 per cent of male voters will vote Conservative, 39 per cent Â Labour and 8 per cent Lib Dem.
But only 29 per cent of women voters Â will vote Conservative, while 45 per cent Â will vote Labour, and 14 per cent Lib Dem.
On the economy.
Seven out of 10 people want the Government to do a U-turn on the economy to give priority to growth rather than spending cuts.
Some 72 per cent of the public agree that it is time for the Coalition to change its policy so it is focused more on promoting growth and less on cuts, while 17 per cent disagree and 11 per cent donâ€™t know.
Significantly, a majority of Â people who voted Conservative (64 per cent) and Liberal Democrat (68 per cent) at the 2010 general election want to see a change of course. So do 86 per cent of people who voted Labour.
Fieldwork Dates: 25thÂ to 28thÂ May 2012, ComRes interviewed 1,001 GB adults by telephone
Note: Mike Smithson is on holiday until June 7th.