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Sunak hit with worse polling since his time in office

by LLB political Reporter
13th May 24 3:23 pm

The Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been hit with more bad polling according to new data published by Ipsos.

Ipsos asked 1,090 at the beginning of the month if they believe that the Prime Minister will win the upcoming general election.

Ipsos polling shows that 75% do not think that Sunak will win the election and only 14% believe that the Prime Minister will stay in Downing Street, this is the worst he has faced to date.

According to Ipsos a massive 79% of Conservative voters do not believe Sunak can win the general election.

Some 57% of people have said Sunak has not done a good job and 62% have said the government is running the country badly.

Gideon Skinner, head of political research at Ipsos, said, “After a tough set of results at last week’s local elections, the public do not set much store for Rishi Sunak’s chances at the next general election.

While they are not yet fully convinced by Keir Starmer, voters are clearly unimpressed with the performance of the Prime Minister and his government, and if anything getting worse – which at the moment is enough to fuel expectations of a Labour victory.

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