According to a final YouGov projection published by The Times on Wednesday, Britain's opposition Labour Party is poised to secure the largest majority in modern history in Thursday's election.

The multilevel regression and post-stratification (MRP) analysis forecasts Labour to capture 431 seats, while Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's Conservatives are anticipated to win 102 seats. This would give Labour a majority of 212 seats. The pollster identified 89 seats as 'tossups', with a margin of five percentage points or less between the leading and second-place candidates.

YouGov noted that even in the most favorable scenario, the Conservatives' outcome would be substantially worse than their previous worst performance in 1906, when they won 156 seats. The Liberal Democrats are expected to win 72 seats, and Nigel Farage's Reform UK is predicted to secure 3 seats.