Rebecca Long-Bailey 42%
Keir Starmer 37%
Jess Phillips 9%
Lisa Nandy 7%
Emily Thornberry 1%
Don't know/did not answer 4%
The same poll has Long-Bailey leading Starmer 51% to 49% in the final run-off. This differs markedly from the last poll, conducted by YouGov last month. In that poll Starmer had a huge lead over Long-Bailey in the final run-off - 61% to 39% - although the sample size of 1,059 was much smaller.
The Survation poll will be a huge boost to Long-Bailey and the hard left, having watched as Starmer becomes increasingly seen as the runaway favourite. Meanwhile, a 'team photo' emerged this afternoon showing Long-Bailey and her pal Angela Rayner. She doesn't look very leader-like, while Rayner looks like she's off out on the razzle in this bizarre graphic posted by Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle.
Long-Bailey had begged Momentum to back Rayner for the deputy's position and the organisation has now written to its members making such a recommendation. Long-Bailey clearly has some clout with Lansman and co, although many Corbynistas will be supporting hard left loon Richard Burgon in the deputy leadership contest.