When considering the two key parties in the new parliament, voting intention for the Labor party has reached 44 percent, 1 point higher than the results recorded in the mid-July poll. The portion of UK voters who prefer the Conservative Party remains unchanged at 41 percent.
The total of 1,655 UK citizens took part in the survey, conducted from July 31 to August 1.
The poll’s results come two months after the UK parliamentary snap elections, which were initially intended to unify the political leadership ahead of the upcoming Brexit negotiations.
May's authority was shattered as the vote resulted in a hung parliament and prompted the Conservatives to agree a deal on support with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).