Sunak and Starmer at PMQs ahead of local elections


Daniel Wainwright

BBC Data Team

Opinion polls tracking how people say they would vote in a
general election haven’t moved a lot recently.

Labour was about 20 percentage points ahead of the
Conservatives according to an average of polls conducted by 10 companies during
the second half of April.

That’s based on share of the vote across the whole of Great
Britain and only once those who don’t know or won’t vote have either been
excluded or otherwise adjusted for.

Several of the polling companies have also done polls for
some of the mayoral races in the local elections.

Our senior political analyst Peter Barnes has been looking
at these to see what they’re telling us before polls open tomorrow.

You can read this and use our
national poll tracker here


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