Reiterating his joy, Tice said: “We are delighted, these are the results of a lot of hard work. As more and more people hear about us, they like what they hear.”
Ahead of the upcoming Election, which Tice believes could be as early as May, GB News asked the politician what key seats his party will be targeting.
He said: “We obviously like all parties have seats dotted around, particularly in the red wall targeting Labour seats or newly held Tory seats.”
The poll conducted by YouGov surveyed 2,055 British adults between November 29 and 30.
The results show the Conservatives got 22 per cent of the vote (-3 from YouGov's previous survey on 22-23 November) to Labour's 45 per cent (+1).
Elsewhere, the Liberal Democrats have nine per cent of the vote (-1) and the Greens have 7 per cent (no change).
Richard Tice has said he is 'delighted'
Naming areas they are targeting, Tice listed: “In big Brexit areas that feel like they’ve been betrayed, voters being betrayed by Labour and the Tories. Also coastal seats, ex-fishing communities and many people who frankly just feel like the two main parties are both forms of socialism.
“People want change, people feel that it’s time for reform,” he exclaimed.