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Elections predict defeat of Conservative Party led by Sunak | Live Updates, Unveiling the Latest India News Trends

Before the general election in Britain, another survey has predicted the defeat of the current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. According to the findings of this survey, the Conservative Party led by Sunak will be wiped out in the elections to be held on July 4. The findings present a grim picture for Sunak's party.

Keir Starmer's Labor Party has 46% support while the Conservative Party's support has fallen by 4% to just 21%. This survey was conducted by market research company Savanta for the Sunday Telegraph from 12 to 14 June. The survey's findings have come when more than half of the election campaign has been completed. About a week later, both the Conservative Party and the Labor Party will also release their manifestos. Chris Hopkins, director of political research at Savanta, said: “Our survey shows that the Conservative Party will lose badly in the next election. Another survey predicted that the Conservative Party could win only 72 seats in the 650-member House of Commons, the lowest in its nearly 200-year history.

A similar picture emerged in the Best for Britain survey

The 'Best for Britain' survey said that Rishi Sunak could also lose his North Yorkshire seat. 28 ministers in Sunak's cabinet may contest the elections and only 13 of them are likely to be re-elected. The survey polled 15,029 people, with the opposition Labour Party topping the polls with 49 per cent vote share, while the Conservative Party was ahead with 19 per cent vote share.