Who will you vote for in the general election? Tell us what you think

With just over a week to go until the general election, have you made your mind up yet?

Yahoo UK's poll of the week lets you vote and indicate your strength of feeling on one of the week's hot topics. After 72 hours the poll closes and, each Friday, we'll publish and analyse the results, giving readers the chance to see how polarising a topic has become and if their view chimes with other Yahoo UK readers.

Welwyn Garden City, UK - June 8, 2017: Polling station sings during an election in the UK. A man can be seen entering the polling station was in Welwyn Garden City during the UK 8 June 2017 election.
Voters will head to the polls on 4 July for a snap general election called by Rishi Sunak. (Getty Images)

With just over a week to go until the general election, Labour are still on track to win a historic majority in the Commons, according to a number of polls.

One of the latest, carried out by research company Focaldata, predicts a 250-seat majority for Sir Keir Starmer's party, with a total of 450 seats. Meanwhile, Rishi Sunak's Conservative Party is on track to lose 262 seats, leaving it with just 110 left, which would be one of its worst-ever defeats.

However, if there's one thing recent political events over the past decade have told us, pollsters don't always get it right and there may yet be a few surprises after voters head to polls on 4 July. Never forget that a week is a long time in politics,

Nigel Farage's Reform UK is expected to win one seat, according to Focaldata, but YouGov pollster Patrick English claimed in early June that the populist party could win as many as four.

The Liberal Democrats are expected to make sizeable gains and reclaim their place as the third biggest party in the Commons, while the SNP are predicted to suffer heavy losses following a turbulent period for the Scottish separatist party.

Meanwhile, the Green Party co-leader Carla Denyer could win one new seat in Bristol Central by gaining votes from left-wing voters dismayed by Starmer's so-called "purge" of leftist candidates.

As of 25 June, YouGov's Voting Intention tracker suggests 36% of voters will choose Labour, compared to 20% for the Tories, who are followed closely by Reform at 18%. The pollster suggests a 14% result for the Lib Dems, compared to 7% for the Greens and 3% for the SNP.

But what do you think? Have you decided who you're going to vote for?

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