THE Conservatives have surged into a lead in the opinion polls for the first time in two years.
David Cameron's party is now two points ahead of Labour.
It is a major boost for the Prime Minister who spent the day on the campaign trail with Boris Johnson in Harrow yesterday.
According to a new survey by Lord Ashcroft Polls, 34 per cent of people say they will back the Tories at the next general election, with 32 per cent supporting Labour.
Ukip is backed by 15 per cent, with the Lib Dems on just 9 per cent.
A separate poll for the Guardian found 33 per cent of voters now back the Tories - two points ahead of Labour on 31 per cent.
According to the Guardian/ICM survey, support for Labour has dropped by six points since April - its lowest since June 2010 after Gordon Brown lost the election.
Nigel Farage's Ukip is on 15 per cent - with the Lib Dems on just 13 per cent.
London Mayor Boris Johnson is visiting the county today.
He will meet Conservative candidates in Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stonehouse ahead of next week's elections.