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Boris Johnson has extended his lead over Jeremy Corbyn as he strengthens the Tories’ grip on working-class voters.
This week’s Deltapoll survey for The Mail on Sunday gives the Conservatives a 15-point lead, up from 12 points last week, with the governing party on 45 per cent and Labour on 30.
Tory - Strategists - Slump - Liberal - Democrat
Tory strategists will be encouraged by the slump in Liberal Democrat support – down five to 11 per cent – given the attempts by its leader Jo Swinson to form a pro-Remain tactical voting pact against the Conservatives.
Mr Johnson will need to pick up a string of Labour-held seats in northern working-class areas if he is to return to Downing Street with a healthy majority. The poll suggests that his clear pro-Brexit policy – unlike Mr Corbyn’s contortions on the issue – are winning him support in Leave-backing areas.
Conservatives - Lead - ABC1 - Brackets - Points
While the Conservatives hold a 13-point lead in the highest ABC1 social brackets, that stretches to 17 points among C2DE blue- collar workers.
The complexity of the planned voting patterns in this Election leaves pollsters wary about making seat projections, but a uniform national swing in line with these figures could give Mr Johnson a majority of 108.
Week - Campaign - Train - Prime - Minister
A largely gaffe-free week on the campaign train for the Prime Minister has helped his net approval score move back into positive territory, at plus 4 – a thumping 47 points higher than Mr Corbyn.
If the Labour leader puts in an unexpectedly strong performance during the televised Election debates – starting with his head- to-head showdown with Mr Johnson on ITV on Tuesday night – it could give him a boost.
Voters - Cent - Mr - Johnson - Cent
However, most voters do not expect this: 29 per cent think Mr Johnson will do best, compared with 16 per cent who have confidence in Mr Corbyn.
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