The latest constituency opinion poll is one commissioned by The Economist, looking at one of the key marginals for the Conservative Party strategy of shedding seats to the Liberal Democrats in England and all round in Scotland to come off: a Midland Leave-voting seat currently held by Labour.
Gedling has often been a Conservative Party target and voted Leave 56%-44% in the referendum.
But the Conservatives look to be struggling to win it:
Note: there’s an error in the Survation graphic. The Conservative vote share is down (rather than up) six points compared to 2017.