Labour takes a lead in a 10-point opinion poll after a scandal-hit Johnson
In a new opinion poll released on Friday, the engulfing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over his conduct during coronavirus lockdowns has enabled the opposition to take a 10-point lead over the opposition supporters.
After a series of meetings and meetings in his Downing Street residence during which the country was under severe pandemic restrictions, Johnson apologised to parliament on Wednesday and on Friday.
According to the pollster, a survey of 2,151 adults on Thursday and Friday put Labour on the rise by 5 points to 42% of the vote, while the Conservatives by 1 point dropped to 32%.
In 2019, Johnson secured a landslide election victory. According to a survey, 70% of respondents believe him to resign.
At a time when mixing indoors was prohibited, staff had been sat down in Downing Street late into the night.
During the country's first lockdown, Johnson apologised to parliament.
Polls conducted by ComRes show that majority of political groups were dissatisfied with the revelations, with only 66% of those who supported the Conservatives in the 2019 election giving their support to the party now.