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A majority (59.48%) of Tory members now believe Mrs May should resign, according to a snap survey by the Conservative Home website yesterday.
It found that just 36.66% of the 1,503 respondents believe she should stay on.
The survey had not been carried out as a weighted sample as people self-selected to vote in it.
Editor Paul Goodman said the results were "astonishing" and "the most damning finding that in one of our polls that I can remember".
Labour have held their seat in Dudley North. The results had to be recounted three times. Labour MP Ian Austin retained his seat by 22 votes.
Theresa May will remain as Prime Minister and the Conservatives will be supported by the DUP in parliament.
Speaking after meeting the Queen at Buckingham Palace, she said she intends to form a government that will provide "certainty" and guide the country through Brexit talks.
She said she was confident that the Tories would be able to work together with the Democratic Unionist Party in the "interests of the whole UK".
Mrs May added that she will work for a "Brexit deal that works for everyone in this country".
Theresa May has said she intends to form a government that will provide "certainty" and guide the country through Brexit talks.
Mrs May said she was confident the Tories would be able to work together with the Democratic Unionist Party in the "interests of the whole UK".
Speaking outside Number 10, she said: "This Government will guide the country through the crucial Brexit talks that begin in just 10 days and deliver on the will of the British people by taking the United Kingdom out of the European Union.
"It will work to keep our nation safe and secure by delivering the change that I set out following the appalling attacks in Manchester and London.
"We will fulfil the promise of Brexit together and, over the next five years, build a country in which no-one and no community is left behind.
"What the country needs more than ever is certainty...now let's get to work."