UKIP hits record high with poll vote share of 14%

UKIP has achieved an all-time high telephone poll vote share of 14%, as the Conservatives and Labour lose support, according to a ComRes poll for The Independent.

  • It shows Labour on 38 per cent (down five points on last month).
  • The Conservatives on 28 per cent (down three points).
  • UKIP on 14 per cent (up five points).
  • The Liberal Democrats on 12 per cent (up four points).
  • Almost one in five (18 per cent) of people who voted Conservative in 2010 say they would now support UKIP.

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