Voting intentions poll shows LAB 35%, CON 29%, UKIP 23%, LIB DEM 6%, OTHER 8%

A new TNS voting intentions poll shows Labour would get 35% of the vote in a General Election – 6 percentage points ahead of the Conservative Party (29%).

Support for UKIP is high (23%) following their success at the European Elections. UKIP’s challenge may be sustaining this support as a General Election approaches and issues other than Europe become part of the political debate.

The Liberal Democrats have a 6% share, similar to the vote they achieved in the recent European Elections, which would place them in a distant fourth place at a General Election.

Notes to editors
TNS interviewed a representative sample of 1,195 people between 10 – 12 June 2014.

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 general election voting patterns and region.

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