Elections for 73 MEPs to the European Parliament will take place on 23 May.
And the poll seems to have only buoyed Mr Farage's confidence.
While it isn't clear how that would translate into seats, and British polls have sometimes misread the electorate in the last decade, it appears to foreshadow an electoral beatdown for the Tories - and one that could have significant consequences for British politics.
Specifically, the quick EU-UK deal on trade is assumed to be the most controversial part of future discussions on Brexit.
He's accusing the Conservatives of engaging in a "great Brexit betrayal".
In a live question and answer session from a Brexit Party rally in Pontefract, Yorkshire, he said: "I'm going to have to [stand] of course".
"Clearly people are showing frustration, I understand that", he said, adding: "People feel really let down we haven't left already and that we are still talking about if we are going to leave instead of when we are going to leave".
The Conservatives were fifth with just ten per cent.
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Downing Street said this was "imperative" if the United Kingdom is to leave the European Union before MPs' summer recess.
If Prime Minister May had managed to persuade a majority parliament to back a withdrawal deal she negotiated after two years of ill-tempered talks, Britain wouldn't be holding the May 23 elections.
The new deadline for leaving the European Union is October 31 though many Brexit supporters fear that the whole divorce could be derailed.
Attempts to find a cross-party compromise began after Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected three times by MPs.
But if Britain is still a member of the EU when the new European Parliament convenes on July 2, they will have to be seated.
She argued that while they shouted over each other there had been a "wide-ranging debate" and the result of the referendum had also been "endorsed" at the 2017 elections.
He said the Conservative Party believed a new referendum "would be a betrayal of what people voted for, and we want to implement the first referendum".