Labor has now restored an “impressive” double-digit lead over the Tories after a swing just before the local election saw the margin narrow.
Savanta polls between April 21-23 and April 28-30 gave Sir Keir Starmer’s party a lead of 11 points and 13 points, just ahead of local elections on May 4.
But the three polls that followed have put Labor ahead of the Conservatives at 16 or 17 points.
A survey conducted between May 5-7 put the lead at 16 points, between May 12-14 it was 17 points and now the latest poll, conducted between May 19-21, put the lead at 16 points.
Chris Hopkins, director of political research at Savanta, said: “Three polls of very similar Labor leads since the local election show a recovery of an impressive Labor lead after it appeared to be drifting towards the low teens.”
Mr Hopkins said he believed it was “difficult to see where (Rishi) Sunak’s fortunes may rise” after a week of headlines “dominated by allegations of inappropriate behavior from ministers and former prime ministers”.
He added: “Sunak’s attempts to distance himself from the governments before him continue to be suppressed by the ghosts of past prime ministers, as well as some of his own appointments.”
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