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Latest UK General Election Polling Averag:

Agency's Name

CON

LAB

LD

UKIP

GRN

SNP

Final Lord Ashcroft poll

33

33

10

11

6

 

Final poll ComRes

35

34

9

12

 

5

Final poll Survation

33

33

9

16

 

5

Final ICM

35

35

9

11

3

 

Final Panelbase

31

33

8

16

5

 

Final YouGov

34

34

10

12

4

 

Latest British polls (7-May-15): Forecast reveals Conservatives, Labour neck-and-neck

London, (IANS) Britain's Conservative and Labour parties are neck-and-neck, according to the voting pattern forecasted on Wednesday, one day before the general elections, Efe news agency reported.Read More..>>

Latest UK General Election Polling Average since 26 April to till 29 April.

Also Read: General election voting percent live updates, UK election polling live updates, British General election polling Percent, UK Parliament election 2015 , UK Election polling updates, UK Polls

 

Angency's Name

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

YouGov

29-04-2015 00:00

35

34

9

12

4

YouGov

28-04-2015 00:00

34

35

9

12

4

ComRes

28-04-2015 00:00

35

35

7

11

6

YouGov

27-04-2015 00:00

35

34

9

12

5

TNS

27-04-2015 00:00

34

33

7

15

5

BMG Research

27-04-2015 00:00

35

32

11

14

3

Populus

26-04-2015 00:00

33

36

8

14

5

ICM

26-04-2015 00:00

35

32

9

13

5

Ashcroft

26-04-2015 00:00

36

30

9

11

7

29-Apr-15: STV Opinion poll: SNP on course to win EVERY Scottish seat at general election

The SNP has increased their lead over Labour to 34 points in the survey. Jim Murphy's party could face electoral wipeout north of the border, with their vote down four points to only 20%.

SNP 54%,  Lab 20%, Con 17%, Lib Dem 5%,  Green 2%

Read More..>>

28-Apr-15: Conservatives take 3-point lead over Labour in Guardian/ICM poll

Lab-32%, Con-35%, Lib Dem-9%, UKIP-13%, Green-5%, Others-6%

Latest UK General Election Polling Average since 11 April to till 25 April.

Angency's Name

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

YouGov

25-04-2015 00:00

32

34

9

14

6

Survation

25-04-2015 00:00

33

30

9

18

4

Opinium

24-04-2015 00:00

34

33

9

13

6

Panelbase

23-04-2015 00:00

31

34

7

17

4

Survation

23-04-2015 00:00

33

29

10

18

4

YouGov

23-04-2015 00:00

33

35

8

13

5

Populus

23-04-2015 00:00

32

35

8

14

5

YouGov

22-04-2015 00:00

33

34

7

14

5

ComRes

22-04-2015 00:00

36

32

8

10

5

YouGov

21-04-2015 00:00

35

34

7

13

5

YouGov

20-04-2015 00:00

34

35

7

13

5

TNS

20-04-2015 00:00

32

34

8

15

5

Populus

19-04-2015 00:00

32

34

9

15

4

ICM

19-04-2015 00:00

34

32

10

11

5

Ashcroft

19-04-2015 00:00

34

30

10

13

4

YouGov

18-04-2015 00:00

33

36

9

13

5

Survation

17-04-2015 00:00

34

33

7

17

3

Opinium

17-04-2015 00:00

36

32

8

13

5

Panelbase

16-04-2015 00:00

33

34

8

16

4

Populus

16-04-2015 00:00

33

34

9

14

4

YouGov

16-04-2015 00:00

34

34

7

14

5

YouGov

15-04-2015 00:00

34

35

8

13

5

Ipsos MORI

15-04-2015 00:00

33

35

7

10

8

YouGov

14-04-2015 00:00

33

35

8

13

5

YouGov

13-04-2015 00:00

33

34

8

13

6

TNS

13-04-2015 00:00

34

32

9

14

5

Populus

12-04-2015 00:00

33

33

8

15

5

ICM

12-04-2015 00:00

39

33

8

7

7

Ashcroft

12-04-2015 00:00

33

33

9

13

6

YouGov

11-04-2015 00:00

34

34

7

13

6

The UK Polling Report Polling Average since 2 April to till 9 April.

Angency's Name

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

Lead

Survation/Mirror

09-04-2015

31

35

9

15

4

Lab +4

Panelbase/

09-04-2015

31

37

8

16

4

Lab +6

YouGov/Sun

09-04-2015

35

34

8

12

4

Con +1

Populus/

09-04-2015

31

33

8

16

6

Lab +2

YouGov/Sun

08-04-2015

34

35

8

13

5

Lab +1

ComRes/ITV/Mail

08-04-2015

34

33

12

12

4

Con +1

TNS BMRB/

07-04-2015

30

33

8

19

4

Lab +3

YouGov/Sun

07-04-2015

33

35

8

14

5

Lab +2

Populus/

06-04-2015

31

33

10

15

4

Lab +2

YouGov/Sunday Times

04-04-2015

34

33

10

13

4

Con +1

Opinium/Observer

03-04-2015

33

33

7

14

7

Tied

Survation/Mirror

03-04-2015

31

33

9

18

3

Lab +2

Who will win Election 2015? - April 15 Opinion poll

Labour retain their two point lead over the Conservatives in a YouGov poll for the third consecutive day – but the Tories are still the preferred party at the bookies.Read More..>>

Who will win Election 2015? - April 9 Opinion poll

YouGov/Sun poll - April 9

Party

Vote %

Seat Projection

Lab

35%

286

Con

34%

281

LD

8%

11

GRN

5%

1

UKIP

13%

0

SNP

 

50

ComRes poll - April 9

Party

Vote %

Seat Projection

Lab

33%

285

Con

34%

272

LD

12%

21

UKIP

12%

0

Green

4%

1

SNP

 

50

Betting predictions - April 9

Political party 

Seats projection 

Conservatives 

280 

Labour 

269 

Liberal Democrats 

33 

Ukip 

SNP 

41 

Other 

24 

UK Opinion Poll 2015: Opinion poll gives UK Labour Party one% point lead over Conservatives

An opinion poll has put support for the Labour Party at one point ahead of the ruling Conservatives. Election debate has centered on tax benefits for UK residents with foreign passports and wealth held worldwide.Read More..>>

The UK Polling Report Polling Average since 28 March to till 2 April.

Angency's Name

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

Lead

Panelbase/

02-04-2015

33

33

7

17

5

Tied

YouGov/Sun

02-04-2015

37

35

7

12

5

Con +2

YouGov/Sun

01-04-2015

36

34

8

13

4

Con +2

Populus/

01-04-2015

32

34

9

15

5

Lab +2

YouGov/Sun

31-03-2015

35

36

7

12

5

Lab +1

YouGov/Sun

30-03-2015

35

35

8

12

5

Tied

TNS BMRB/

30-03-2015

33

32

8

16

5

Con +1

Populus/

29-03-2015

34

34

8

15

4

Tied

Ashcroft/

29-03-2015

36

34

6

10

7

Con +2

ComRes/ITV/Mail

29-03-2015

36

32

9

12

5

Con +4

YouGov/Sunday Times

28-03-2015

32

36

8

13

6

Lab +4

UK General Election 2015 - what are the possible outcomes?
With every General Election a political party is looking for an outright majority. The number of seats needed to achieve this is 326, and as this didn't happen in 2010, a coalition government was formed between the Tories and the Liberal Democrats. Read More..>>

1-April 2015: Ashcroft poll suggests Lib Dems doing better in Cornwall than national ratings imply

UK Election Opinion poll: London offers Labour chance of big gains at general election, says poll

Guardian/ICM survey puts party in line to gain eight seats in capital as Tories fall back and Lib Dem support collapses. Labour will make important gains in London in the general election, according to a special Guardian/ICM telephone poll which shows the party winning several seats in the capital. Read More..>>>

The UK Polling Report Polling Average since 13 March to till 26 March.

Angency's Name

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

Lead

Populus/

26-03-2015

31

33

9

16

5

Lab +2

YouGov/Sun

26-03-2015

36

34

7

13

5

Con+2

Panelbase/

26-03-2015

34

34

5

15

6

Tied

YouGov/Sun

25-03-2015

34

35

8

12

6

Lab +1

Survation/Daily Mirror

25-03-2015

32

33

8

18

4

Lab +1

YouGov/Sun

24-03-2015

35

35

8

12

6

Tied

YouGov/Sun

23-03-2015

34

34

8

12

6

Tied

YouGov/Times

23-03-2015

34

33

8

14

5

Con +1

ComRes/Daily Mail

22-03-2015

35

35

8

10

7

Tied

Ashcroft/

22-03-2015

33

33

8

12

5

Tied

Populus/

22-03-2015

31

33

9

16

5

Lab +2

Survation/Mail on Sunday

21-03-2015

30

34

10

17

3

Lab +4

YouGov/Sunday Times

20-03-2015

33

35

8

14

5

Lab +2

Opinium/Observer

19-03-2015

36

33

7

14

6

Con +3

Populus/

19-03-2015

31

34

9

17

5

Lab +3

TNS BMRB/

16-03-2015

33

32

7

17

4

Con +1

Ashcroft/

15-03-2015

31

29

8

15

8

Con +2

Populus/

15-03-2015

34

34

8

14

5

Tied

ICM/Guardian

15-03-2015

36

35

8

9

4

Con +1

ComRes/Independent on Sunday (O)

13-03-2015

33

35

7

16

4

Lab +2

The UKPollingReport Polling Average :Current UKPR Polling Average (Con 33, Lab 32, LD 7, UKIP 7, GRN 6)

UKPollingReport has always shied away from producing a rolling average of polls. However, there are lots of polls of polls out there, lots of rolling averages, weighted averages and so on and, when it comes to a general election, its natural that people who don’t want to worry about which pollster is right or which pollster does this or that to their figures will want a single figure showing where the parties stand. Read More..>>

UK election 2015: YouGov /Sunday Times - Con 35, Lab 33, LD 8, UKIP 13, GRN 6

Tonight’s YouGov poll for the Sun has topline figures of CON 35%, LAB 33%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 13%, GRN 6%.YouGov’s fieldwork normally runs from around 5pm or so until around 3pm the next day, so all of this poll was conducted after the budget. Read More..>>

UK election 2015: YouGov /Sunday Times - Con 34, Lab 34, LD 7, UKIP 14, GRN 5

Topline voting intention are CON 34%, LAB 34%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 14%, GRN 5%. Most of the survey was made up of questions about the budget and government spending. If George Osborne has money to spend in the budget 44% would prefer it goes on public services, 25% on tax cuts, 20% on the deficit. Read More..>>

UK Election 2015: Eight week to go for election, YouGov, Ipsos mori, Opinium, ashcroft opinion poll

Opinion Poll: May2015's UK general Election forecast and how it compares 28 feb 2015

Party

IMPLIED BY POLLS

ASHCROFT SEATS

OVERALL PREDICTION (±2010)

Conservative

235

36

271 (-36)

Labour

213

58

271 (+13)

Liberal Democrat

9

16

25 (-32)

UKIP

2

2

4 (+4)

SNP

41

15

56 (+50)

Green

0

1

1 (0)

Other

22

0

22 (+1)

RESULT

HUNG PARLIAMENT, CON/LAB TIE

There are 650 seats in the House of Commons. A party needs to win one more than half to form a majority government. 16 of the 18 governments formed since the Second World War have been majorities. Read More..>>

Scottish, London and Constituency polls 27 Feb 2015

TNS put out a new Scottish poll this morning with topline figures for Westminster voting intention of CON 14%(-2), LAB 30%(-1), LDEM 3%(-1), SNP 46%(+5), UKIP 3%(+1) (tabs). The previous TNS poll had shown an SNP lead of only ten points, this TNS poll is far more similar to the Scottish figures being shown by other companies.

YouGov put out a new London poll earlier in the week for the Times with topline figures of CON 34%, LAB 42%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 9%, GRN 6%. This gives Labour an eight point lead in the London, but given they won the vote in London at the 2010 electon is actually a slightly smaller Con>Lab swing that in the country as a whole.

 

UK Election 2015: The Guardian poll projection 26 Feb 2015

Our model takes in all published constituency-level polls, UK-wide polls and polling conducted in the nations, and projects the result in each of the 650 Westminster constituencies using an adjusted average. Read More..>>

UK election 2015: YouGov poll of London opinion poll

I’m a little late with this, but just to flag up that yesterday’s Times had a new YouGov poll of London. Topline voting intentions there are CON 34%, LAB 42%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 9%, GRN 6% . I sometimes hear a sort of London as the weathervane of the country argument, as London goes so the country goes. Read More..>>>

The UK Polling Report Polling Average since 20 feb to till 25 feb

Survey End Date

CON (%)

LAB (%)

LD (%)

UKIP (%)

Grn (%)

Con Lead

 

 

YouGov/Sun

25-02-2015

33

33

8

15

6

0

YouGov/Sun

24-02-2015

35

33

6

14

7

2

YouGov/Sun

23-02-2015

33

33

8

13

7

0

ComRes/Mail

23-02-2015

34

32

8

13

8

2

Survation/Mirror

23-02-2015

28

34

10

19

4

-6

Ashcroft/

22-02-2015

32

36

7

11

8

-4

Populus/

22-02-2015

32

32

9

15

6

0

Opinium/Observer

20-02-2015

35

33

6

15

7

2

YouGov/Sunday Times

20-02-2015

33

34

8

13

6

-1

 

21 Feb 2015-UK Opinion Poll 2015: Latest Opinium  & YouGov Polls for 2015 general election

There are only two voting intention polls in the Sunday papers – the regular weekly Opinium and YouGov polls for the Observer and Sunday Times respectively. The Opinium/Observer poll has topline figures of CON 35%, LAB 33%, LDEM 6%, UKIP 15%, GRN 7%. Read More..>>>

Click here for- this week’s Opinion poll Result

Agency's Name

Party With Vote %

YouGov/S Times (13/2/15)

 CON 32%

 LAB 35%

 LDEM 7%

 UKIP 15%

 GRN 7%

Populus (14/2/15)

 CON 31%

 LAB 33%

 LDEM 10%

 UKIP 15%

 GRN 5%

ICM/Guardian (15/2/15)

 CON 36%

 LAB 32%

 LDEM 10%

 UKIP 9%

 GRN 7%

Ashcroft (15/2/15)

 CON 30%

 LAB 31%

 LDEM 9%

 UKIP 16%

 GRN 8%

TNS BMRB (16/2/15)

 CON 28%

 LAB 35%

 LDEM 6%

 UKIP 18%

 GRN 7%

YouGov/Sun (16/2/15)

 CON 32%

 LAB 32%

 LDEM 6%

 UKIP 16%

 GRN 8%

YouGov/Sun (17/2/15)

 CON 33%

 LAB 34%

 LDEM 6%

 UKIP 15%

 GRN 7%

YouGov/Sun (18/2/15)

 CON 32%

 LAB 34%

 LDEM 8%

 UKIP 14%

 GRN 6%

YouGov/Sun (19/2/15)

 CON 32%

 LAB 33%

 LDEM 9%

 UKIP 15%

 GRN 6%

Populus (19/2/15)

 CON 31%

 LAB 32%

 LDEM 9%

 UKIP 17%

 GRN 6%

The UK Polling Report Polling Average since 1st feb to till 19 feb

Polls currently included in the average src:

Pollster/Client

End Date

C

L

LD

UKIP

GRN

Lead

Weighting

Populus/

19-02-2015

31

32

9

17

6

Lab +1

0.95

YouGov/Sun

19-02-2015

32

33

9

15

6

Lab +1

0.97

YouGov/Sun

18-02-2015

32

34

8

14

6

Lab +2

0.7

YouGov/Sun

17-02-2015

33

34

6

15

7

Lab +1

0.45

YouGov/Sun

16-02-2015

32

32

6

16

8

Tied

0.23

TNS BMRB/

16-02-2015

28

35

6

18

7

Lab +7

0.69

Ashcroft/

15-02-2015

30

31

9

16

8

Lab +1

0.65

ICM/Guardian

15-02-2015

36

32

10

9

7

Con +4

0.77

Populus/

14-02-2015

31

33

10

15

5

Lab +2

0.54

YouGov/Sunday Times

13-02-2015

32

35

7

15

7

Lab +3

0.03

Populus/

12-02-2015

31

34

9

14

6

Lab +3

0.32

ComRes/Independent on Sunday (O)

12-02-2015

32

34

7

16

4

Lab +2

0.62

Opinium/Observer

12-02-2015

33

35

8

14

6

Lab +2

0.3

Ipsos-MORI/Evening Standard

10-02-2015

34

36

6

9

7

Lab +2

0.26

Populus/

08-02-2015

33

34

8

15

4

Lab +1

0.12

Ashcroft/

08-02-2015

34

31

9

14

6

Con +3

0.28

Opinium/Observer

06-02-2015

32

34

7

15

8

Lab +2

0.12

Populus/

05-02-2015

31

34

8

16

5

Lab +3

0.01

TNS BMRB/

02-02-2015

27

33

6

18

8

Lab +6

0.09

Ashcroft/

01-02-2015

31

31

8

15

9

Tied

0.04

19 Feb 2015: General Election 2015: Ashcroft poll puts Ukip 'within striking distance' in marginal seats

Lord Ashcroft Opinion Polls

Change Since 2010 %

CON

Lab

Lib Dem

UKIP

Green

Other

Boston & Skegness

39

17

5

35

3

1

Castle Point

39

18

3

37

1

2

North East Cambridgeshire

41

19

7

27

5

2

South Basildon & East Thurrock

34

28

4

28

4

2

 17th Feb 2015Support for the Conservatives has surged in the past month, according to a Guardian/ICM opinion poll that puts the party four points ahead of Labour. With just 80 days to go before the general election, the Tories are up six points since last month – their strongest showing in the Guardian’s ICM poll since May 2012 and only one point down on their 2010 general election result. Labour’s support fell by one point to 32%. The Liberal Democrats were also down a point, on 10%.But as the Tories recovered, the smaller parties registered bigger losses. Ukip sank two, to just 9%, as did the Greens, who ended up on 7%, after their record showing last month.  (source: thegaurdian.com)

12 Feb 2015: UK election Opinion Poll: Scottish National Party (SNP) set to double its vote in general election, poll findsThe Scottish National party is on course to double its vote in May’s general election despite its lead over Scottish Labour narrowing, the latest poll on Westminster voting intentions shows. Read More..>>

12 Feb 2015: UK Election Opinion Poll 2015: Charts show how the SNP will hold the balance of power after the general election

As General Election fever grips Westminster there will be countless discussions on what the next government will look like, with neither Labour nor the Conservatives looking set to gain an outright majority. But the story behind the headlines is the surge in support for the Scottish National Party. Read More..>>>

4 Feb 2015: UK election 2015 Opinion Poll: Five more years for Clegg, as forecast tips Labour coalition with Lib-Dems Read More..>>

4 Feb 2014: UK election Opinion poll: Labour & Lib Dems face election bruising in Scotland, poll predicts Read More..>>

UK Election 2015: New poll shows 1 in 3 voters still unsure who to back in general election

Ed Miliband’s party are still on 34 per cent with the Tories on 33 per cent. Ukip remain on18 per cent and in third place. Read More..>>


4 Feb 2014:TNS-BMRB National opinion Poll, YouGovNational Opinion poll

National Opinion Poll (TNS-BMRB)

Party

Vote %

Labour

31%(-5)

Conservative

30%(+1)

UKIP

19%(-)

GRN

6%(+)

Liberal Democrat

6%(-1)

 

National Opinion Poll (YouGov)

Party

Vote %

Labour

32% (+1)

Conservative

31% (-1)

UKIP

15% (-2)

GRN

8% (+1)

Liberal Democrat

7% (+1)

Poll results are listed in the table below in reverse chronological order. The highest percentage figure in each polling survey is displayed in bold, and the background shaded in the leading party's colour. The 'party lead' column shows the percentage-point difference between the two parties with the highest figures. Throughout the present parliament, first and second place has without exception alternated between the Conservatives and Labour. In the instance of a tie, no figure is shaded but both are displayed in bold. The Liberal Democrats and the UK Independence Party have tended to hold either third or fourth place in each individual poll. The combined Green parties of England and Wales and Scotland have most frequently polled fifth and have on occasions polled fourth – level with or ahead of the UK Independence Party or the Liberal Democrats. Included in the 'others' column are other smaller parties, the largest of which (by votes at the 2010 general election) are the British National Party, the Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru. Detailed poll results that break down 'others' for some dates in 2014 and 2010 are available in a second table, below. 

Date(s)
conducted
Sample sizeConLabLDUKIPGreenOthersLead
28–29 Jan 2,020 34% 35% 10% 14% 4% 3% 1%
28–29 Jan 1,593 34% 34% 6% 14% 7% 5% Tied
27–28 Jan 1,548 33% 33% 6% 16% 7% 5% Tied
26–27 Jan 1,655 34% 33% 7% 14% 7% 5% 1%
25–26 Jan 1,656 34% 33% 6% 15% 7% 5% 1%
25 Jan 1,014 31% 30% 7% 23% 3% 6% 1%
23–25 Jan 1,001 31% 30% 8% 17% 7% 7% 1%
23–25 Jan 2,039 34% 35% 9% 13% 6% 3% 1%
22–25 Jan 1,001 32% 32% 6% 15% 9% 6% Tied
22–23 Jan 1,578 32% 32% 7% 15% 7% 6% Tied
21–22 Jan 2,049 32% 36% 9% 13% 6% 4% 4%
21–22 Jan 1,640 31% 33% 7% 17% 8% 4% 2%
20–21 Jan 1,645 33% 34% 6% 14% 8% 5% 1%
19–20 Jan 1,570 32% 30% 8% 15% 10% 5% 2%
18–19 Jan 1,747 32% 32% 8% 15% 7% 6% Tied
16–19 Jan 1,002 30% 33% 11% 11% 9% 7% 3%
15–19 Jan 1,188 31% 31% 8% 16% 7% 7% Tied
16–18 Jan 1,004 29% 28% 9% 15% 11% 8% 1%
16–18 Jan 2,036 35% 36% 8% 13% 4% 4% 1%
15–16 Jan 1,647 31% 32% 7% 18% 7% 4% 1%
14–15 Jan 1,763 31% 33% 7% 16% 7% 6% 2%
14–15 Jan 2,023 33% 34% 7% 18% 3% 5% 1%
14–15 Jan 2,070 32% 35% 9% 14% 6% 4% 3%
14–15 Jan 1,660 32% 32% 6% 16% 8% 6% Tied
13–15 Jan 1,966 28% 33% 7% 20% 6% 6% 5%
13–14 Jan 1,834 32% 34% 6% 15% 7% 6% 2%
12–13 Jan 1,782 32% 33% 7% 14% 7% 6% 1%
11–13 Jan 1,010 33% 34% 8% 11% 8% 6% 1%
11–12 Jan 1,649 32% 33% 6% 17% 6% 6% 1%
9–11 Jan 1,002 34% 28% 8% 16% 8% 6% 6%
9–11 Jan 2,056 32% 37% 10% 13% 4% 4% 5%
8–9 Jan 1,684 32% 32% 7% 18% 6% 5% Tied
7–8 Jan 2,046 33% 34% 8% 14% 6% 5% 1%
7–8 Jan 1,753 33% 33% 8% 13% 7% 6% Tied
6–8 Jan 1,201 28% 35% 6% 18% 5% 8% 7%
6–7 Jan 1,707 32% 33% 7% 15% 7% 6% 1%
5–6 Jan 1,769 33% 33% 7% 13% 8% 5% Tied
4–5 Jan 1,728 31% 34% 7% 14% 8% 6% 3%
2–4 Jan 2,046 34% 36% 9% 12% 5% 5% 2%
30 Dec–2 Jan 1,970 32% 33% 8% 17% 4% 7% 1%

source: http://en.wikipedia.org

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YouGov/Sun poll April 9

Party

Vote %

Seat Projection

Lab

35%

286

Con

34%

281

LD

8%

11

GRN

5%

1

UKIP

13%

0

SNP

 

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General election voting percent live updates, UK election polling live updates, British General election polling Percent, UK Parliament election 2015 , UK Election polling updates,  UK Polls

Millions of people began casting their votes in the British general election at around 50,000 polling stations across the country on Thursday. Balloting began at 7 a.m. (GMT) and will continue until 10 p.m., BBC reported, adding that 50 million people registered to vote for the 650 seats at stake. The turnout in the 2010 election was 65 percent. 

Besides the general election, more than 9,000 council seats are being contested across 279 local authorities. Mayors will also be elected for Bedford, Copeland, Leicester, Mansfield, Middlesbrough and Torbay, the report said.
A handful of results are expected to be declared by midnight, but the final results are expected to be declared on Friday afternoon.

Live Updates Here:

10.20am: British polls: Forecast reveals Conservatives, Labour neck-and-neck
The final national opinion poll from Lord Ashcroft this morning, conducted over the last two days, has the Conservatives and Labour level-pegging on 33 per cent each.

(Loard Ashcroft Poll)-- Con-33%, Lab-33%, UKIP-11%, LibDem-10%, GRN-6% Read More..>>

Agency's Name

CON

LAB

LD

UKIP

GRN

SNP

Final Lord Ashcroft poll

33

33

10

11

6

 

Final poll ComRes

35

34

9

12

 

5

Final poll Survation

33

33

9

16

 

5

Final ICM

35

35

9

11

3

 

Final Panelbase

31

33

8

16

5

 

Final YouGov

34

34

10

12

4

 

9:41am:This election is the first opportunity for people born during the Labour administration of Tony Blair to vote. Blair was elected on 1 May 1997, which means there’s a week’s worth of 18-year-olds who have reached political maturity just in time to cast their ballot today.

09.15 Reports of queues at polling stations. Some 29.6 million people voted in the 2010 election - turnout of 65 per cent.

1> JohannaDerry@johanna_derry- There is a QUEUE to vote at my polling station. I have never queued before. Now I'm excited. Get the vote out

2> Linda Grant