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A third of Labour supporters say they would be "upset" if their child married a Tory, according to a YouGov poll.

The findings for Labour are twice as many as the reverse situation. 

The YouGov poll of 2,380 people found that a third of those who identify themselves as Labour supporters would be “upset” to some extent if their child married a Conservative, with a tenth saying they would be “very upset”.

The percentage of Labour parents who would be upset by a Conservative son or daughter-in-law has risen six percentage points since January, when 28 percent told YouGov they would be “upset” in the same situation.

This compares to just 13 percent of Conservatives who say they would be “upset” to...

A third of Labour supporters say they would be "upset" if their child married a Tory, according to a YouGov poll.

The findings for Labour are twice as many as the reverse situation. 

The YouGov poll of 2,380 people found that a third of those who identify themselves as Labour supporters would be “upset” to some extent if their child married a Conservative, with a tenth saying they would be “very upset”.

The percentage of Labour parents who would be upset by a Conservative son or daughter-in-law has risen six percentage points since January, when 28 percent told YouGov they would be “upset” in the same situation.

This compares to just 13 percent of Conservatives who say they would be “upset” to...

A third of Labour supporters say they would be "upset" if their child married a Tory, according to a YouGov poll.

The findings for Labour are twice as many as the reverse situation. 

The YouGov poll of 2,380 people found that a third of those who identify themselves as Labour supporters would be “upset” to some extent if their child married a Conservative, with a tenth saying they would be “very upset”.

The percentage of Labour parents who would be upset by a Conservative son or daughter-in-law has risen six percentage points since January, when 28 percent told YouGov they would be “upset” in the same situation.

This compares to just 13 percent of Conservatives who say they would be “upset” to...

A third of Labour supporters say they would be "upset" if their child married a Tory, according to a YouGov poll.

The findings for Labour are twice as many as the reverse situation. 

The YouGov poll of 2,380 people found that a third of those who identify themselves as Labour supporters would be “upset” to some extent if their child married a Conservative, with a tenth saying they would be “very upset”.

The percentage of Labour parents who would be upset by a Conservative son or daughter-in-law has risen six percentage points since January, when 28 percent told YouGov they would be “upset” in the same situation.

This compares to just 13 percent of Conservatives who say they would be “upset” to...