Mr Farage’s party was the most popular party garnering an impressive 26 percent of the votes which puts it ahead of Labour’s 22 percent. The Opinium poll asked voters how they would cast their ballots at the next Westminster election. The Tories are trailing in third place with just 17 percent of the votes.
The Lib Dems are following closely behind on 16 percent and the Greens are on 11 percent according to the poll carried out for The Observer.
The results suggest eurosceptics will not abandon Mr Farage’s party at a general election after his triumphant victory in last week’s European elections.
The Brexit Party has managed to increase its backing by two points since the last Opinium survey two weeks ago.
Meanwhile, Labour and the Tories have seen their support plummet by seven and five points respectively.
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However, the polls also show a significant boost in support for the pro-Remain parties.
The Greens are now up eight points and the Lib Dems are up five points since the last survey.
Change UK’s support has dropped down by two points to just 1 percent.
Theoretically, the results would give the Brexit Party 306 seats in the House of Commons according to the Electoral Calculus website.
Labour would have 205 seats while the Tories would be left with just 26 seats.
Despite the Brexit Party’s recent success, several leading experts have said it would be a much tougher task for Mr Farage’s group to triumph in a general election.
Liverpool University’s professor of politics Andrew Russel told The Independent: “When you’re fighting a general election with 650 constituencies, you need an organisation with grassroots organisational zeal.
“The Brexit Party just don’t have that.
“It is always going to be difficult for them to win from a standing start.
“It’s very difficult to see them getting more than one or two seats.”