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Both the current and former foreign secretaries are making the Tory case against Jeremy Corbyn harder to prosecute.
Nearly half would prefer not to have a Muslim prime minister.
Michael Gove took second place, as Sajid Javid was eliminated.
The frontrunner extended his lead, while Stewart went backwards by 10 votes.
Jeremy Corbyn told this afternoon's shadow cabinet that he supported a public vote on any deal - but it is only a rhetorical change.
But whoever gets to the final two, the support for Rory Stewart poses a serious question for the winner.
Far from painting Tory activists as irreconcilable, this poll shows how the right campaign could yet defeat Boris Johnson.
The International Development Secretary has secured the backing of another cabinet heavyweight.
Johnson's candidacy is well-placed, but he faces two challenges.
For the Liberal Democrats as a whole, the move is win, win, win.