A poll of more than 20 points in the Conservatives gives a poll in Britain

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Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party has further expanded its Labor lead to 8 percent in the run-up to the June 49 snap-election, according to a new poll by Ipsos MORI.

The poll was conducted by telephone, on a sample of 1.004 adults, and was conducted between April 21-25.

Compared to the previous poll of the same company, the Conservatives appear to have increased their percentage by 6 points. Labor fell 4 points to 26%, while the Liberal Democrats remained at 13%. The Eurosceptic party Ukip is down two points, at 4%.

Gideon Skinner, head of political research at Ipsos MORI, said May's lead equaled the Conservatives' biggest difference in a 1983 election campaign. In that election, Margaret Thatcher won 42,4 percent. 144% and won a majority of XNUMX seats in Parliament.

May hopes elections will give her a clear mandate to enter into negotiations with the EU on Britain's exit from the Union

Source: in.gr