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New polling: are the Tories struggling in the marginals?

Polling found voters it Tory-held marginals were unsure about the party’s efficiency and ability in a crisis, and said the party doesn’t know what it stands for

By Prospect Team   July 2018

Conservative Party General Election leaflets on a table.

Recent polling showing that fewer and fewer voters think Jeremy Corbyn is the best person to be Prime Minister will have reassured the Conservatives.

But do they have a bigger problem on their hands?

Exclusive polling commissioned by Prospect magazine and carried out by Delta Omnibus has found that many voters in Tory-held marginals have doubts about the party.

In Conservative-held seats where the Tories have a majority of less than 10 per cent, polling found voters were unsure about the…

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