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Conservatives' lead down in Opinium poll

David Cameron and his wife Samantha speak with a patient on a visit to Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester on March 28, 2015The Conservatives’ lead over Labour has dropped to one percent in the latest weekly poll by Opinium, which appeared in The Observer newspaper Sunday. The survey put the Conservatives down two points on 34 percent, just ahead of Labour who were unchanged on 33 percent, as the campaign for the May 7 general election gets into full swing. UKIP was down one point on 13 percent, while the Liberal Democrats were up one on eight percent. The poll was conducted before Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband appeared in the first televised election debate on Thursday, hosted by Channel 4 and Sky News.

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