Following a dramatic couple of days in Westminster, Boris Johnson’s internet favourability score falls to -40 in the present day, with three in 5 (62%) UK voters revealing they’ve an unfavourable opinion of him.
Moreover, practically half (45%) of 2019 Conservative voters holding an unfavourable view towards him.
Over seven in ten (71%) of the general public imagine Boris Johnson is dishonest, with solely 22% believing he’s trustworthy. By comparability, 55% say Keir Starmer is trustworthy vs. solely 28% saying he’s dishonest.
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When requested which Tory MPs would make a great or dangerous prime minister, Rishi Sunak had the very best quantity of people that imagine he would make a great prime minister, at 41%. Jeremy Hunt, Liz Truss and Dominic Raab all have internet scores of round -20%, with Michael Gove on -32% and Priti Patel on -41%.
Over 50% mentioned they didn’t know sufficient about Tom Tugendhat, Penny Mordaunt or Ben Wallace as to whether or not they would make a great or dangerous prime minister. Ben Wallace was the one candidate who extra folks thought could be a great Prime Minister than a nasty Prime Minister.
Moreover, as soon as Boris Johnson is changed by one other Conservative chief as Prime Minister, two-thirds (64%) suppose there ought to be a common election.
Chris Curtis, Head of Political Polling at Opinium, mentioned, “Conservative politicians have lastly come to the choice that voters got here to months in the past, that it’s time for the Prime Minister to go. Nonetheless, the way by which his resignation comes appears to have additional broken views of him and of the Conservative Social gathering.
“It can due to this fact be critically vital for the social gathering to decide on a future chief who can rapidly flip the Conservatives fortunes round.
“Our knowledge reveals that Sunak is the politician who individuals are almost certainly to have a beneficial view of. Nonetheless, whereas he’s much less well-known, Ben Wallace is the one candidate who extra folks suppose could be a great Prime Minister than a nasty Prime Minister.”