Labor, after a week dominated by gaffes, controversy and resignations from the two main parties, has dismantled conservative leadership, according to Opinium's recent survey for Observer .
The Tories still They are 12 points ahead of Labor, but have dropped four points since last weekend. The Conservatives are now one point lower at 41% than a week ago, while the Labor Party has increased by 3% at 29%.
The Liberal Democrats have dropped by one point to 15%, while the Brexit party has dropped sharply three points to 6% in a week since party leader Nigel Farage announced he would not be a member of parliament.
Opinium's latest report data suggests that Labor may be blocking the flow of Labor Leavers to the Tories and remaining Labor Dems.
About 66% of the Labor Leavers are now planning to vote for Jeremy Corbyn's party on December 12th, representing an increase of nine points from a week ago.
Similarly, 48% of the Labor Remainer plan to vote for the party. This is a significant increase over the previous week.
Boris Johnson is still the most popular choice for Prime Minister. Currently, 38% think that he would be the best resident of Downing Street, one point more than last week. About 18% believe that Jeremy Corbyn would be the best Prime Minister, his best result since August.
Only 31% are actively content with Boris Johnson, while 20% are dissatisfied with him, but prefer him to Jeremy Corbyn. By comparison, at the end of the 2017 election campaign, 35% were satisfied with Theresa May, while 18% were dissatisfied, but preferred Jeremy Corbyn.
Opinium indicated that holidaymakers had made some changes and have better reconciled their views of the two leading politicians before the 2017 election. The proportion of respondents who are satisfied with Johnson dropped seven points to 53%. The percentage stating that they favor Corbyn has increased by two points to 10%, with those stating that they do not know it also increasing.
Adam Drummond, head of Opinium Political Survey, said, "There is some evidence that a 2017-style squeeze is taking shape, some Labor voters are coming home and a relative lack of Brexit news seems to be Labor Leavers helping to get back to their knees.
"The Brexit party has continued to decline and partisan sentiments are increasingly prevailing over views of Nigel Farage, whose approval rating has dropped among vacation voters since he started attacking the Tories. "