Tory lead cut to five points in new polls
Conservative support down three to just 33 per cent in latest ICM survey.
Latest poll (ICM/Guardian) Labour 59 seats short of a majority.
The Conservatives will struggle to win a majority at the election, according to two new opinion polls which put the party's lead at just five points.
A new ICM survey for the Guardian has the Tories down three points to 33 per cent, the Liberal Democrats up one to 28 per cent and Labour down one to 28 per cent. If repeated at the election on a uniform swing, the figures would leave Labour as the largest single party in a hung parliament, 59 seats short of a majority.
Elsewhere, the YouGov daily tracker for the Sun puts the Tories down one point to 34 per cent, the Lib Dems up one to 29 per cent and Labour up one to 28 per cent. On a uniform swing, the figures would leave David Cameron 55 seats short of an overall majority.
New Statesman Poll of Polls
Hung Parliament, Conservatives 48 seats short.