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The poll found the Conservative Party had gained two approval points and that Labour had slipped by three points. The poll, conducted by Survation, between July 5-13, showed an improvement in opinion ratings for the Conservative Party from the last poll, conducted on 26 June. The voting intention poll showed the Conservative Party on 43 percent (+2), the Labour Party on 32 percent (-3), the Liberal Democrats on 9 percent (-1) and the Green Party on 6 percent (+1).
Some social media users were dismayed that Labour had fallen further behind in the latest poll.
One Twitter follower said: “Genuinely don’t think it’s been a great month for the Tories, and still this.
“Maybe Labour needs to keep going with Starmer for a bit longer to feel the full disaster.
“Shame for the country though.”
Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer
Another tweeted: “I understand Labour losses, but why do people sway to the Tories after all they’ve done?!”
One user even said: “Can Labour just stop wasting the next three years and get to the inevitable point of making Burnham leader now?”
It comes as the Conservative Party has been dragged into a racism row following England’s Euro 2020 final loss to Italy at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
After the defeat, racist abuse was levelled at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka.