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Lib Dems in the lead

Lib Dems in the lead
The You/Gov poll for tomorrow's Sun newspaper has the Liberal Democrats ahead of the Conservatives and Labour. The Lib Dems are up four points on 33%, the Conservatives are down one point on 32%, while Labour have dropped four points to 26%. It is the first time YouGov has the Lib Dems in the lead, following on from today's BPIX/Mail on Sunday poll putting them in first place on 32%.

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