Survation poll finds UK Conservatives' lead narrows after policy launch

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May 21, 2017 02:28
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British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives have narrowed their lead over the opposition Labour party ahead of a June 8 election after both parties presented their programs for government, a Survation poll for the Mail on Sunday showed.

The Conservatives had a 46 percent share of the vote while Labour had 34 percent.

An earlier Survation poll for the Good Morning Britain TV show published on Monday had the Conservatives on 48 percent and Labour on 30 percent.

The latest poll found the Liberal Democrats unchanged at 8 percent and the United Kingdom Independence Party on 3 percent.

Survation interviewed 1,017 UK adults online from May 19 to May 20.

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