UK Election: What the Booth Firth Survey Says

Voting for the UK General Election has now ended. According to the Boothferat survey, the ruling Conservative Party is going to lose by a large margin. On the other hand, the Labor Party is going to get an absolute victory.

According to the Boothferat poll, the Labor Party can win 410 seats. The ruling party can get 131 seats. After winning 61 seats, the Liberal Democratic Party may be in the third position.

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The UK Parliament has 650 seats. A party needs to single-handedly win 326 seats to form the government.

44-year-old Rishi Sunak is leading the Conservative Party. He was 42 when he became Prime Minister in 2022. Sunak is Britain’s youngest prime minister in modern times.

On the other hand, the Labor Party is led by Sir Keir Starmer. He is 61 years old.

Voting for the general election begins at 7am local time on Thursday (July 4). General elections were held in July for the first time since 1945 in the UK. Voting lasts till 10 pm.

Source: BBC