Voting intentions poll shows CON 34% (+5), LAB 36% (-3), LD 9% (0), UKIP 13% (-1), OTHER 9% (0)

The Conservative Party have made significant progress over the last month, suggesting that their conference was well received by the general public. The level of support for Labour is down three points to 36%; this means that they now only have a two point lead over the Conservative Party (34%).

The situation is unchanged in the race for third place; UKIP are at 13% and the Liberal Democrats remain at 9%.

Notes to editors
Kantar Public interviewed a representative sample of 1,207 people between the 10th and 14th October 2013.

All interviews were conducted as online self-completion. The data is weighted to match population totals for age, sex, social grade, working status, presence of children, 2010 voting patterns and region.

Further information is available upon request.

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For more information please contact:
Luke Taylor
Kantar Public Deputy Head of Social Political Attitudes
Tel: 020 7656 5799
Email: Luke.Taylor@TNS-BMRB.co.uk

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