The new prime minister plunges into the polls, three out of four Britons do not like her
The new British Prime Minister Liz Truss rushes into the consensus. Only 14% of Britons say they have a favorable opinion of it, down sharply compared to the already not exciting 26% recorded between 21 and 22 September, today highlights a Yougov survey. Truss has now outgrown the worst results of his conservative predecessor Boris Johnson and former Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The 73% of Brits have an unfavorable opinion of Truss, including 55% of very unfavorable. His level of approval is negative and reaches -59, beyond the worst results of Johnson in July (-53) and Corbyn in June 2019 (-55).
The survey is based on a sample of 1,751 adults interviewed between October 1 and October 2, or on the eve of the sensational rethinking of October 3 when Truss renounced the unpopular abolition of the 45% tax rate for the highest incomes.