No one can know for certain how Britain would vote in a hypothetical general election, but following voting intention polls you can get a decent picture of how public opinion is shaping up.
Using Martin Baxter’s Electoral Calculus with our polling model, we can suggest the Conservatives on the current boundaries would be heading for a comfortable majority, wielding 359 seats (55 per cent of the Commons), up 29 while Labour would fall 29 to 203.
The Liberal Democrats would gain one, totalling NINE. UKIP and the Greens would both retain their solitary seats.
The Scottish National Party would suffer a net loss of just one to 55 seats and Plaid Cymru would net one, totalling four seats.
This current projection does not take into account the potential for tactical voting. Changes are from the 2015 General Election.