According to an Opinium poll, 49% of people in the United Kingdom do not approve of the Prime Minister’s performance.
According to an Opinium poll, 49% of people in the United Kingdom do not approve of the Prime Minister’s performance. A staggering 24% only expressed support for Rishi Sunak’s performance, in a trend that has only descended in recent weeks.
According to the poll results, opposition Labor Party leader Keir Starmer is regarded as considerably better, with 28% approving of his performance and 35% disapproving. He also outperforms Sunak on the topic of who would make a better prime minister, with 27% voting for him and 23% voting for Sunak.
From August 30 to September 1, Opinium polled 1,400 prospective voters.
A similar survey by YouGov in June indicated that 59% of those polled showed no support for Sunak while Starmer was supported by 59% of respondents.
However, among Conservatives who voted for the party in the past election, Sunak had a lower popularity rating than Johnson.
He received a net approval rating of -23, while Johnson had a rating of -39. Some 61 percent believe Johnson was a disastrous PM, while 42 percent believe Sunak is performing poorly.