LONDON (Reuters) - Support for British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives is at its highest level in over two years, one opinion poll showed on Monday, but two others put the opposition Labour Party ahead less than three months before a national election.
The mixed results underlined how the May 7 election is shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable in modern British history. Most polls since the start of the year have had Labour narrowly ahead or level with the Conservatives.
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