Amazing - people are so PO'd with the governing party that the Opposition is now ahead in the polls by a significant amount! Why can't this be true everywhere?...
According to the most recent YouGov polling, Britain's Labour Party, lead by Opposition Leader Ed Milliband, is ahead of the governing Conservatives of Prime Minister David Cameron by 5-points, their largest lead since 2007. The Liberal Democrats, who are in a coalition government with Cameron's Conservatives, are down to 10% of the vote, while "Others" take up 10% of the vote.
This is the high-point of a recent trend in YouGov and British polling, before showing Labour and the Conservatives essentially tied, then Labour with a small lead, and now Labour with a big lead. Perhaps the beginning of a shift in British politics, again?
According to UKPollingReport's projections, the average popular vote is 41-38-10, while the seat projections are as follows: Labour - 342, Conservatives - 268, Lib Dems - 15, Others - 25.
Compare this to the current totals of C - 307, L - 258, LD - 57, Oth - 25. Nifty, eh?