Theresa May is on course to increase her majority in the House of Commons with a final General Election 2017 poll giving the Tories a lead of eight points over Labour as the nation heads to the ballot box.
The Conservatives had as much as a 24 point lead when the snap election was called by the Prime Minister.
But Ipsos MORI’s final 2017
election survey for the Evening Standard, which was undertaken on
Tuesday and Wednesday this week, puts the Conservatives on 44 per cent
and Labour on 36.
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