Carol Vorderman has called for a “Tory wipeout” as Labour continues to dominate the polls.

The Labour Party is leading at 45 per cent in a new poll, 26 per cent ahead of the Conservative Party.

Speaking on X, TV broadcaster Vorderman said: “Polls vary, but the trend continues…Labour increases lead to 26 per cent since D-Day debacle.

“We’ve been saying it for a year haven’t we? TORY WIPEOUT.”

Redfield & Wilton Strategies' voting intention poll

Redfield & Wilton Strategies’ voting intention poll shows the Tories have fallen to 19 per cent, only two points ahead of Reform UK

Redfield & Wilton Strategies

Following Sunak’s premature departure from D-Day commemorations on June 6, the Prime Minister was hit with a wave of criticism, seemingly damaging his election campaign.

The Prime Minister’s approval rating shot down ten points from the week before to -27 per cent- the lowest rating Sunak has received as Prime Minister or Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Redfield & Wilton Strategies’ latest national Westminster voting intention poll shows the Conservatives’ vote share (19 per cent) ties as the lowest ever in their polling in this Parliament.

During the 2019 to 2024 Parliament, the only other time the Tories held this low a vote share was on October 19, 2022, when Liz Truss announced her resignation.

Leader of Reform UK Nigel Farage

Reform UK achieved their joint-highest vote share by tying the 17 per cent they achieved last week


Meanwhile, Reform UK achieved their joint-highest vote share by tying the 17 per cent they achieved last week.

This puts Nigel Farage’s party only two points behind the Conservatives and 7 per cent above the Liberal Democrats.

Overall, 86 per cent of those who voted Labour in the last general election say they will vote for the party again.

However, only 40 per cent of those who voted for the Conservatives in 2019 say they will vote for them again.

Meanwhile, 27 per cent of 2019 Conservative voters say they will now vote for Reform UK while 18 per cent say they will vote for Labour.

The poll also found that support for Reform UK and the Conservatives is notably higher among men (37 per cent combined) than women (28 per cent combined).

However, it should be noted that women are six points more likely to be undecided on how to vote if the general election were held tomorrow than men.

Over the last four years, the Tories have seen their vote share plummet from almost 50 per cent in the polls to 19 per cent following a number of political scandals and Prime Minister resignations.

Coverage of Dominic Cummings’ infamous lockdown trip saw the Tory ratings plummet followed by the “Partygate” scandal in 2021.

After Liz Truss resigned and Rishi Sunak became Prime Minister there was a slight increase in the polls until Dominic Raab resigned, followed by Boris Johnson.