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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Theresa May's landslide in doubt as poll lead slips

Theresa May's landslide in doubt as poll lead slips
- A total of seven polls carried out since the May 22 Manchester attack have shown May's lead over the opposition Labour Party narrowing, with some suggesting she might not win the landslide predicted just a month ago.
A poll conducted by Survation for ITV's "Good Morning Britain" programme showed May's lead had dropped to 6 percentage points, from 9 points a week ago and 18 points two weeks ago.
An ICM poll for The Guardian showed May with a 12-point lead - enough for a big majority of around 100 but down two points from last week and a far cry from the record 22-point lead earlier this month.