The second poll to be conducted after the suspension of campaigning has been released by the US outfit SurveyMonkey. They've made a small number of previous forays into UK political polling, but with a limited track-record and a lack of transparency over their methods, it's hard to know how much faith to put in their findings. However, what they've come up with is pretty similar to recent polls from the more familiar firms.
GB-wide voting intentions (SurveyMonkey) :
Liberal Democrats 6%
The "others" will be primarily the SNP and Greens.
The Tory-supporting English edition of The Sun is furiously spinning this poll as some kind of breakthrough for Theresa May, but the reality is that it's the joint second-worst poll of the campaign for the Tories (in terms of the size of their lead), and all three of those worst polls have been published either today or yesterday. It suggests that the Tory lead is a measly 1% higher than David Cameron managed two years ago when he secured a wafer-thin majority of 12.
I somehow don't think poll numbers like these are quite what the Prime Minister envisaged when she called a snap election. Unwanted, expensive, divisive...and now pointless?