Published: Mon, June 05, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Conservatives continue to lead Labour in latest opinion polls

"I look at the polls and I will personally feel a deep sense of shame if we somehow allow a Jeremy Corbyn-led coalition to take over this country", he said.

ComRes has her personal rating turn negative for the first time since becoming Prime Minister a year ago at minus 3% - a 12 point drop since they last tested it in February.

He does not believe the opinion polls that show the Tories just a few points ahead of Labour - and there is a degree of angst that his party has not put away Jeremy Corbyn, the man he labeled a "mugwump" in the campaign's early stages.

A respected model made by Michael Ashcroft, who once served as treasurer of the Conservative Party, showed on Friday that May's likely majority had declined from a week ago but estimated that she would still increase her majority to 60 seats.

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Just days before polls open, May's campaign sent conflicting messages on taxation for top earners, an issue which the Conservatives are sensitive about because the opposition Labour Party casts them as the party of the rich and privileged.

If this were carried through to the election, the Conservatives would win a substantial majority.

However, she stopped short of repeating an apparent promise by Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon that there would be no rise in income tax for higher earners.

The ComRes polling firm found May's personal net approval rating had fallen to minus 3, down 12 points from a positive 9 point approval rating in February.

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"What has impressed me - and there is a real similarity between what he has done and what I did - is he has taken on the establishment of the Labour Party, he has gone to the grassroots and he has tried to transform that party ... and that is exactly what I am trying to do", Sanders said. Corbyn's net personal rating was minus 15, up 18 points from a minus 33 score in February.

If the latest polls are wrong - and they have previously underestimated Conservative support - and May wins a sizeable victory, she will axe current finance minister Philip Hammond and replace him with Interior Minister Amber Rudd, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Mr. Corbyn, a long-standing advocate of nuclear disarmament, struggled and was accused of "dodging the question" by veteran host David Dimbleby as he refused to say what he would do if Britain was threatened with a nuclear strike.

May later backtracked on the proposal but grew irritated at suggestions she was backing down and repeatedly insisted to reporters that "nothing has changed".

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May had sparked wild controversy by introducing a party program that compromises on social welfare for the elderly before, May was also criticized for cuts affecting the police and public services government since 2010, which were partly blamed for the deadly terrorist attack on Manchester that harvested the lives of 22 people.

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