Jeremy Corbyn seems to be continuing his post-election honeymoon with the electorate as Labour continue to lead the Tories, though this has dropped to just one percentage point.
As revealed by Britain Elections, a poll done by ICM Research between the 14th and 16th July revealed that the Labour Party is on 43%, while the Tories popped up one point to 42%, closing the gap to a percentage point.
If these results were accurate, this would see Labour increase its’ vote share by 3%, just enough to potentially form a majority government.
by Berk Bektas
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