The scandal, in which the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in the whirlpool, focusing on his behavior during the anti-coronation looting, helped the opposition Labor to secure a 10 percentage point lead over the ruling Conservatives, published in a new Conservative today.
Poll company Savanta ComRes reported that in a survey of 2,151 adults conducted yesterday and today, the Labor Party increased its share by 5% to 42% of the vote, while the Conservatives lost a percentage point and are at 32%. As he points out, this is the largest share of Labor votes since 2013.
Boris Johnson claimed a sweeping victory in the 2019 elections. The poll says that 70% of the participants are in favor of his resignation.
The ComRes poll shows that voters across the political spectrum are outraged by the recent revelations, with only 66% of voters who supported the Conservatives in the 2019 election currently expressing support for the party.