Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party have a 13-point lead on Labour according to an average of comparable general election polls from the last seven days.
The poll of polls, compiled by PA Media, puts the Tories on 42 per cent with Jeremy Corbyn’s party behind on 29.
The third biggest party looks set to be the Lib Dems on 14 per cent, followed by the Brexit Party on six.
There are then the Greens on three per cent with other parties making up the remaining six.
In the latest major poll on Monday, the Tories were given a 14-point lead over Labour and are set to be the biggest party following the general election on December 12.
The fresh survey from Survation, conducted from November 14 to 16, put the Conservative Party on 42 per cent and Labour on 28 per cent.
It comes after the PM vowed to cut employers’ National Insurance as part of a range of tax cuts in a bid to get the business community back on side.
The Prime Minister told business leaders on Monday that the Tories will put an end to Brexit “uncertainty and confusion”, should they be returned to power on December 12.
Mr Johnson, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson were all speaking to the Confederation of British Industry annual conference on Monday.
Labour is promising to create a climate apprenticeship programme – which will train an average of 80,000 people a year.