BMG’s most recent voting intention poll, for August 2018, finds the Labour party and the Conservative party swapping scores from last month. The Labour party recorded a score of 39%, recovering 2% from July. The exclusive survey on behalf of the Independent, conducted between 4th and 10th August, also sees the Conservative’s voting intention decrease by 2 percentage points to 37%.

The Liberal Democrats score remained unchanged at 10% whereas UKIP saw their score rise from 3% in July to 5%.

Readers should note that all changes are within the margin of error.

 

Methodology, fieldwork dates, and a full breakdown of these results can be found here.

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Andrew Price – Research Executive