UK Election

A surprise UK General Election has been called for July 4th, and the Conservative Party is expected to lose control of the government to the Labour party for the first time since 2010.

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43%
425+ (An overwhelming majority not seen in decades)
46%
375-424 (Labour won 412 seats in 2001, considered a landslide)
9%
325-374 (The Conservative Party has 344 currently)
1.4%
<325 (Less than a majority out of 650)
POLITICO
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the Guardian
Why is Rishi Sunak calling a general election now and what happens next?
The next six weeks or so will see the leaders of the political parties make their case to be the next prime minister
94%
A party which has never won a seat before will win a seat
81%
The Speaker gets at least two-thirds of the vote in their seat
78%
The Conservatives get <50% of the vote in every seat
70%
More parties get 0.5% of votes nationally than in 2019
General election 2024 poll tracker: How do the parties compare?
How do people say they will vote in the UK general election? Our poll tracker measures the trends.
37%
450+ (Last happened when Conservatives won 470 seats in 1931)
22%
425-449 (Last happened when Conservatives won 441 seats in 1833)
15%
400-424 (Labour won 412 seats under Blair in 2001)
11%
375-399 (Conseratives won 397 seats under Thatcher in 1983)
The Economist
UK election poll tracker
We break down the polls to explain how Britons might vote in the next general election
95%
Keir Starmer (Labour Party)
3%
Rishi Sunak (Conservative Party)
2%
Other
98%
Labour
1.7%
Conservative
0.3%
Other
0.2%
Liberal Democrat
74%
Conservative Party
21%
Liberal Democrats
4%
Reform UK
0.4%
Labour
23%
Conservative
45%
Labour
11%
Liberal Democrat
3%
Scottish National Party
16%
Conservative
68%
Labour
7%
Liberal Democrat
2%
Scottish National Party
21%
Penny Mordaunt
17%
Priti Patel
16%
Other
15%
Kemi Badenoch
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