For the first time since Boris Johnson became prime minister, Laser has outperformed the Conservative Party, according to an opinion poll.
Opinion polls for The Observer ranked Labor three points higher at 42%, compared to 39% on Tours.
It suggested that Labor was ahead for the first time since July 2019 – when time was running out for Theresa May’s office – and that there was more support for the opposition leader. Sir Care Starmer Than Mr. Johnson
A further 55% of voters in the poll believe that Sir Kir is ready to lead the country and 40% believe that Labor is ready to form the next government.
The latest survey by Mr Johnson – and the larger government – suggests a reduction in public confidence in public control. COVID-19 Extreme.
Earlier this year, 65% of those polled said they would support the government Coronavirus Crisis, but in June, a survey by YouGov for Sky News found that most Britons (51%) believed the government was handling it badly.
The latest survey found that the Johnson administration’s approval of epidemic management dropped to 30%.
In the first 100 days after becoming Labor leader, Sir Kair’s poll rating has risen significantly.
A poll by Yugov in June found him more likely to be compared to Tony Blair by voters and already seen as a clean break from Jeremy Corbyn, who led Labor to its worst electoral defeat in decades in December.
The time of Sir Kir in Helm was dominated by COVID-19, over which he wrote to Johnson in detail on the PM’s question, and the rational government argued that “slow in locking, slow in testing, slow in tracing”.
He has also implemented rapid and decisive reforms to his party’s image – more of a centralist figure, anti-Christian, and cracking down on powerful general secretaries. Rebecca Long-Bailey, loyal to Corbyn From the shadow cabinet.
When he He took over the leadership of his team from Corbin in April, Sir Kair told Sky News that “showing what an effective opposition looks like” he would be separated.
He pledged to work with Mr Johnson to “pull together” and “be constructive” to “do what we can to overcome the coronavirus crisis”.
The survey suggested that the promise of not gaining political points centered on the epidemic was popular among voters.
But recently he has criticized the government’s decision.
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“I am quite prepared to accept that the government will make a mistake in this kind of epidemic and one or two U-turns are probably signs of the government listening and then changing,” he said. Sir Care recently told Sky News presenter K Barley.
“But when you get 12 at one stage, the only conclusion is serial disability … our country is better than this, we deserve more than that.”