BORIS Johnson’s popularity has been dented by the most turbulent week in modern politics, an exclusive poll reveals.
The PM’s personal rating has collapsed and his party’s lead over Labour has shrunk to just three points.
He is still miles ahead of Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership stakes – but his poor showing will alarm Tory strategists.
An exclusive Deltapoll survey for The Sun on Sunday shows little hope of break in the Brexit deadlock.
Most people have not changed their mind since the 2016 referendum – and a snap election looks likely to bring back another hung Parliament.
But the majority blame MPs – and not Mr Johnson himself – for the Brexit chaos.
Eight out of ten voters believe Parliament has become a “laughing stock” which is undermining British democracy.
Two-thirds of Tory voters think Mr Johnson should forge an electoral pact with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
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Deltapoll director Joe Twyman said: “After a rollercoaster week, the Boris bounce appears to have given way to the Johnson jitters as the Conservative lead over Labour shrinks.”
Deltapoll interviewed 2,049 British adults online between September 5 and 7, 2019.
The data has been weighted to be representative of the British adult population as a whole.
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