And Remain 3 points ahead to hypothetical 2nd EuRef question
Survation, the pollsters that was widely, and as it turned out unfairly, criticised in the run-up to GE2017 because it had the smallest CON leads has a new voting poll it. Its relatively old with its fieldwork being carried out in the week of the Tory conference when the blue team were making the headlines for all sorts of reason. The splits are CON 38%, LAB 44%, and LD 7%.
This is a somewhat better position for Corbyn’s party than the tie in the most recent ICM and 3 point lead from YouGov.
There’s a hypothetical 2nd EuRef question voting question which has Remain 3 points ahead – 52 to 49.
Whatever the sizeable Labour lead from the pollster that got it most right on June 8th won’t make comfortable reading for Mrs. May who remains in post for the time being.
I’ve no idea why we are getting this poll late but it is interesting that the pollsters producing regular surveys are in just about the same order as they were at the general election – ICM with the Tories in the best position Survation the worst.