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02 May 2018

The Guardian: Voter confidence that Brexit talks will end successfully at new low, poll suggests

ICM has asked voters a third time since October if they thought the Brexit negotiations would end successfully or unsuccessfully.

The net score is down to -19. Only 28% think the talks will conclude satisfactorily, against 47% who think they will end unsatisfactorily.

The Conservatives have a three-point lead over Labour, the poll suggests. That is up two from when ICM last polled for the Guardian three weeks ago. The Conservatives are on 42% (no change), Labour 39% (down 2), Lib Dems 8% (up 1), Ukip 4% (no change) and the Greens 3% (no change).

Full results on The Guardians' Politics live blog

ICM tables

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