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Nearly 1 / 4 of voters who backed the Tories on the final common election now assist Reform UK, new polling reveals.

The survey discovered 24% of those that voted Conservative in 2019 have switched to the Nigel Farage-linked get together in what the polling firm stated was a file excessive.

Just 42% stated they might again the Tories once more marking the joint-lowest since Rishi Sunak turned PM.

Meanwhile, 18% stated they might vote for Labour and seven% opted for different events.

Across all voters within the ballot by Redfield and Wilton Strategies, Sir Keir Starmer’s get together has a 22-point lead with 44%.

The Tories are on 22% and rebel get together Reform is third taking 15 within the survey of two,000 British adults carried out on April 14.

Mr Sunak has a web approval ranking of minus 24, which is down 4 factors from the week earlier than.

Labour chief Sir Keir has a web rating of six, which is down three factors from the earlier polling.

Sir Keir leads Mr Sunak by 13 factors on who would make the higher prime minister.

The polling comes because the Prime Minister is dealing with an uphill battle to show across the Tories’ electoral fortunes.

There is intense hypothesis over the date of the subsequent common election, which should happen by subsequent January.