Nigel Farage's Brexit Party on course to come first in UK's European Elections, poll predicts
The Brexit Party is on course to win more than a third of votes in the European elections, a new poll has suggested.
Ipsos MORI found that 35pc of registered voters who say they are certain to vote would support Nigel Farage's new party on Thursday.
The Liberal Democrats are set to come second, according to the figures, with 20pc of those questioned saying they would support the pro-Remain group.
Labour is forecast to win 15pc of the votes, with the Tories' share predicted to be 9pc.
Ukip and Change UK are on course to win 3pc of the votes each, while the Greens are forecast to take 10pc.
Two-thirds of those surveyed said they had "definitely decided" who to vote for, but a third said they may change their mind.
Gideon Skinner, head of political research at Ipsos MORI, said: "Both Labour and the Conservatives are suffering in this election, while the Brexit Party looks set to be the winner.
"We've seen how Conservative Party voters in particular dislike their party's approach to Brexit, and prefer Nigel Farage's party's line, while Labour supporters are confused over exactly what Labour would do about Brexit if it were in power."
But he said the election is "particularly difficult to predict" as it traditionally has a low turnout and the new parties add to the "volatility" - adding that it will be "important to look at how the public responds after the results are announced".
"Will Brexit continue to damage the two main traditional parties, and provide a spring in the step to the others, or will traditional party loyalties recover - perhaps for the Conservatives under a new leader and a new approach?
"Whatever happens though, the questions Brexit is asking of the main parties and the voter coalitions they rely on are not going away."