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Who will win the election in Wales? Latest Welsh opinion polls for general election
The latest Welsh Political Barometer poll found that Labour support has risen to 46 per cent but Tory support has fallen to 35 per cent.
Meanwhile Plaid Cymru, on eight per cent, and the Liberal Democrats, on just five per cent, appear on track for a historically bad election.
Using this poll, Professor Roger Scully, from Cardiff University, projected that Labour would get 27 seats on June 8, two more than in 2015.
The projection found that the Tories are on track for nine seats – two less than the last election – while Plaid Cymru would get three and the Lib Dems one.
Prof Scully, from the Wales Governance Centre at Cardiff University, said that the latest polls show a “revival in the fortunes of the Welsh Labour party”.
In a blog post, he said: “This has been an erratic election in Wales: the first two polls of the campaign showed clear Conservative leads, and indicated that the Tories were on course for an historic electoral breakthrough.
“But our last poll indicated a dramatic Labour fightback. Labour support has apparently surged.”
He said the latest poll showed that the Conservatives were likely to lose Gower and the Vale of Clwyd – two seats that the Tories took from Labour in 2015.
Wales general election poll: Latest polls shows that Labour is in the lead
He added: “As has been the case in all previous polls during this campaign, Plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats apparently remain course to hold the seats they currently have but make no gains.”
The latest YouGov poll for the whole of the UK put the Tories on 42 per cent with the Labour party close behind on 39 per cent.
The Tories’ three point lead is its smallest of the campaign so far, while support for Labour is currently at its highest.
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YouGov’s controversial projection of the election results predicts that the Tories will lose seats, leading to a hung parliament.
But most other pollsters are predicting a Conservative majority with the latest Panelbase poll giving the Tories an eight point lead.
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Vast differences in the latest polls are due to the different ways that pollsters estimate the turnout of young people on polling day.