Labour and Tories neck and neck in polls after opposition's lead evaporates

Nearly half of those surveyed disapprove of the way Boris Johnson has handled the pandemic

Labour and the Conservatives are neck-and-neck again and the public is also split over who they prefer as prime minister, according to the latest Opinium poll for the Observer.

Both main parties recorded 40% support, with Labour’s 3-point lead from a fortnight ago evaporating. Labour was down 2 points, with the Tories up 1 point. It comes at the end of a disrupted conference season, where all parties held virtual events. On the question of who voters prefer as prime minister, 32% opted for Boris Johnson and 33% backed Keir Starmer.

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Source: The Guardian Politics, Labour and Tories neck and neck in polls after opposition’s lead evaporates

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