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Poll: How would you vote if there was a general election tomorrow?

16 Jun 2024 1 minute read
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The second half of the general election campaign is underway and according to the latest polling the Labour Party still has a substantial lead over the Conservatives.

Labour is on course for a 262-seat majority, an analysis by pollster Survation published on Saturday has suggested.

Meanwhile, a voting intention poll by Savanta also contained bad news for Rishi Sunak, with a warning the Tories could face “electoral extinction”.

Welsh Voters

The latest YouGov/ITV Wales voting poll, published last week, shows that almost half (45%) of Welsh voters say they are going to vote for Labour, up three points since the previous poll in December.

The Conservatives are significantly behind in second place on 18% (-2), with Reform UK third on 13% (+1) and Plaid Cymru close behind on 12% (-3).

So, if there was a general election tomorrow, how would you vote?

Conservatives

Click here if you would vote for the Conservative Party if there was a general election tomorrow.

Greens

Click here if you would vote for the Green Party if there was a general election tomorrow.

Labour

Click here if you would vote for the Labour Party if there was a general election tomorrow.

Liberal Democrats

Click here if you would vote for the Liberal Democrats if there was a general election tomorrow.

Plaid Cymru

Click here if you would vote for Plaid Cymru if there was a general election tomorrow.

Reform

Click here if you would vote for Reform UK if there was a general election tomorrow.

None of the above

Click here if you would not vote for any of the parties listed above if there was a general election tomorrow.

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Voting closes at 6pm on Wednesday 19 June and we will publish the results after 7PM.


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Hogyn y Gogledd
Hogyn y Gogledd
28 days ago

With Labour heading for a massive majority, there is no benefit to pepole living in Wales in voting for them.

Much better to ensure a healthy Welsh voice to state our case.

Valley girl
Valley girl
28 days ago

Would have voted Labour if they could guarantee further devolved powers to Wales. But instead we get Labour individuals parachuted in to protect the Crown. So Plaid it is.

Last edited 28 days ago by Valley girl
Ernie The Smallholder
Ernie The Smallholder
28 days ago
Reply to  Valley girl

… The Labour party has always been the same.

We need a Plaid Cymru government and independence.

FrankC
FrankC
28 days ago

I usually vote Labour for Westminster and Plaid in Senedd elections but not this time. The appalling scandals around Vaughan Gething and anti-devolution antics of UK Labour means they can get stuffed.

Dai Rob
Dai Rob
28 days ago

Will prob vote Plaid….but they are crap, aren’t they?!?

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
28 days ago
Reply to  Dai Rob

Pity, your post started positive too. Sorry, but you are wrong. If we take damage both Labour & Conservatives have done to Wales over the numerous decades could manure half the planet with the c*** they’ve produced.

Last edited 28 days ago by Y Cymro
Howie
Howie
28 days ago

When I worked in local government 30+ years, for 3 authorities as a manager in Environmental areas I was unable due to council rules to let it be known my political leanings.
The most support I received politically and with funding was when one of the councils moved from a Labour to Plaid leadership and that set my stall for me since.
Now retired since 2020 I have not changed, Plaid on 4th July.

Morfudd ap Haul
Morfudd ap Haul
28 days ago
Reply to  Howie

Labour are still going to win by a country mile.

Johnny Gamble
Johnny Gamble
28 days ago

You mean The Red Tories

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
28 days ago

With a heavy heart can confidently predict that Wales trapped with a glove puppet government in Cardiff led by a used car salesman Vaughan “dodgy” Gething worked from behind by blue Labour in London will languish forgotten as usual while slimy Keir Starmer courts their red wall seats lost to the Tories in the English North, attempt to fool Scots into voting for a party that sold them out in 2014, who once in power will continue to throw billions more at obese London and the English Home Counties.

Last edited 28 days ago by Y Cymro
Howie
Howie
28 days ago

So the tea leaves say, but a strong anti Labour vote may shock those in the Labour Senedd group who want devolution to work to finally wake up and do what needs to be done for Wales and not Labour UK.

Dai Ponty
Dai Ponty
28 days ago

The U K need a massive change from the Tory Party with a Labour but in Wales we need a big shake up from Labour to send a strong message to an incoming Labour government vote Plaid

Tomi Benn
Tomi Benn
28 days ago

Parachuting London candidates should lead to a disaster for Labour

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
28 days ago

I wouldn’t vote anti-devolution Labour if my life depended on it. Pointless voting for the Liberal Democrats. I hate the Tories with a passion my teeth hurt. And I despise Reform UK so much so my eyes bleed. You make your mind up who I’d vote for.

Rhufawn Jones
Rhufawn Jones
28 days ago

Plaid all the time for me. A cross for a unionist party is a cross on the back of the Welsh nation.

A Day
A Day
27 days ago

Heart says Plaid, but head tells me LibDemas they stand a chance to defeat incumbent tory!

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