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INTERACTIVE MAP: Conservatives will not win single Gedling borough seat, latest Survation poll finds


The general election is tomorrow, and the Conservatives appear to be facing an historic defeat after a bombshell new poll suggested the party could lose all its Gedling borough seats.

Prior to the election, the Conservatives held all Gedling borough seats – which include Gedling and Sherwood Forest.

But the latest survey by respected polling firm Survation, is predicting Labour’s Michael Payne will easily take the Gedling seat with an estimated vote share of 48.8%. Conservative Tom Randall is predicted to receive just 22.2% of the vote, with Reform’s Simon Christy in third with 14.6% of the vote.

In the Sherwood Forest constituency, previously known as Sherwood, Labour candidate Michelle Welsh is also expected to take the seat from Conservative Mark Spencer. Labour are predicted to win 43.9% of the vote, with Conservatives expected to receive 28.2%. Reform will be close behind the Conservatives with 26.2%

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The Survation survey was conducted from June 15 to July 1.

It offers an even more dire picture of Tory fortunes than other recent MRP polls.

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