Regional voting intentions show both main parties down everywhere, with Labour hit particularly hard

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With the campaigns getting underway YouGov reveals how each region of Britain intends to vote at the general election The fieldwork, conducted from 17 October – 4 November, shows voting intention for the main two parties is down everywhere, with both Labour and the Conservatives experiencing dramatic slumps in several regions. At the same time the Lib Dems have seen double-digits increases in most
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