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Nigel Farage’s Reform Party has surpassed Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Conservatives (Tories) in recent opinion polls, including among younger voters. According to a YouGov survey, Reform is more than twice as popular as the Tories among the 18- to 24-year-old age group, at 15 percent support to the Tories’ 7 percent.

Reform not only leads the Conservatives among the youngest voters but also among those aged 25 to 49, at 15 percent to 12 percent. In the 50- to 64-year-old age group, Reform is at 22 percent, while the Tories are at 16 percent. Sunak’s party only leads among the over 65s, with 34 percent support against 23 percent for Farage’s party.

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Farage has bolstered his political resurgence with a strong presence on social media, particularly TikTok, where millions of people have viewed his videos. A recent TikTok post featuring Farage humorously singing lyrics from an Eminem song received 17,600 likes and 597 comments within an hour. Reform is also outperforming the Tories on Facebook, with users sharing their posts 53,000 times compared to 31,000 shares for



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