UK's Conservatives lead Labour by 1 point before election: Opinium poll

City council workers assemble ballot boxes for distribution ahead of the next day's general election, in Glasgow, Scotland on May 6, 2015. British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party is one point ahead of the opposition Labour Part
City council workers assemble ballot boxes for distribution ahead of the next day's general election, in Glasgow, Scotland on May 6, 2015. British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party is one point ahead of the opposition Labour Party before Thursday's election, according to a poll carried out by research firm Opinium and published on Wednesday. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

LONDON (REUTERS) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party is one point ahead of the opposition Labour Party before Thursday's election, according to a poll carried out by research firm Opinium and published on Wednesday.

The poll put Cameron's party on 35 per cent, unchanged from a previous Opinium poll, and Labour also unchanged at 34 per cent.

Support for anti-European Union UKIP fell one point to 12 per cent, the Liberal Democrats were unchanged at 8 per cent and the Greens rose one point to 6 per cent, Opinium said.