London, Thanasis Gavos

Fewer than 100 parliamentary seats give the governor Conservative Party in the UK two new ones pollsin view of the elections that will probably be held in the fall.

Survation’s measurement for the Sunday Times of a sample of 15,000 citizens breaks down the data precinct by precinct. He estimates that of the 365 seats they won in the 2019 election, the Tories (in the 650-seat House) will now lose to 98 seatsin the worst result in the party’s history.

On the contrary, the Workers they will gain enormous self-reliance with 468 seatsmore than doubling the 203 they won in the December 2019 election.

In terms of voting intention percentages, Sir Keir Starmer’s Labor Party leads with 45% to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives’ 26%.

The same poll shows that there is a threat of losing the seat even for Mr. Sunak himself, as his lead has narrowed significantly to just 2.5% in terms of voting intention.

According to the Sunday Times, the poll will reignite talks within the Tories for another change of leader before the election.

Furthermore, analysis by the Daily Mail of the latest opinion polls in a total sample of 18,000 shows that the Conservatives could fall behind by even 80 seats, compared to Labour’s 470.

Things would be slightly better for the Tories if the far-right Reform UK party backed by Nigel Farage agreed not to field candidates across the board. In such a case, 133 seats are predicted for Mr Sunak’s party compared to 430 for Keir Starmer and Labour.