Polls predict the defeat of British Prime Minister Sunak's party in the upcoming elections

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Three British opinion polls predict a certain defeat for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's Conservative Party in the upcoming general election, with one even declaring that the Tories are on the verge of "electoral extinction". "H1".

The polls were released a week after the Conservatives and Labor released their manifestos, and shortly before voters began receiving ballots by mail, Reuters reports.

Research agency Savanta said Keir Starmer's Labor Party would have as much as 46 percent of the vote, up two percent from the previous poll five days earlier, while support for the Conservatives fell four percent to 21 percent. The poll was conducted from June 12 to 14 for the Sunday Telegraph.

"Our research suggests this election could be nothing short of a blow for the Conservative Party," said Savannah's director of political research, Chris Hopkins.

A poll published by The Sunday Times predicts the Conservatives could win just 72 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons, the lowest in their nearly two-century history, while Labor will win 456 seats. Their survey was conducted from May 31 to June 13.

A third poll, conducted by Opinium for the Sunday Observer, was conducted from June 12 to 14 and showed Labor on 40 percent, the Conservatives on 23 percent and the Reformists on 14 percent.

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