Four fifths of our panel remain opposed to her leadership, but within that group there has been a significant hardening of attitudes.
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We have occasionally seen precipitous falls in Cabinet members’ scores. Vertiginous rises are rarer. Indeed, it is hard to think of a jump quite like it.
ConHome’s survey. Next Tory leader. Johnson leads Javid by less than a point – after Davis tears a chunk off his support.
Progress in this chart is invariably linked to media coverage – of which the former Brexit Secretary has had lots recently and the former Foreign Secretary less.
Our survey. Brexit preferences. One in ten respondents go for Norway to Canada. Almost half want Canada Plus Plus Plus.
Meanwhile, almost a third of replies support a trade-off over a longer transition and the backstop. Two-thirds oppose any transition extension.
ConservativeHome’s latest monthly survey is out. Should the Government extend the transition period?
Plus: should the Prime Minister resign? Who should succeed her? And which of the possible Brexit end states do our panel prefer?
Our Next Tory Leader survey. Javid is up and Johnson down slightly – but the latter retains a double-figure lead.
No other entrant has more than ten per cent of the vote, though Hunt is almost there.
The Foreign Secretary’s score is up by 20 points. Grayling now brings up the rear – and Bradley is in the red.
Our survey. Eight out of ten Party members say that May should go either now or before the next election.
There is cold comfort for Downing Street in these findings as Party Conference looms in Birmingham next week.
Plus: Should the Prime Minister resign? If so, when? What will the result of the next election be? How are Cabinet ministers performing?
As our proprietor and his co-author prepare to release a new book on defence, we say again what we’ve said before about the implications of Brexit for the armed forces.
Our panel has clearly given up almost altogether on the belief that it is practical or negotiable. Canada is the most popular option.
Meanwhile, Hammond’s approval rating plumbs new depths – as Fox and Raab gain ground after criticising the Treasury’s Brexit forecasts.
Javid retains second place and drifts down slightly. For the moment, these two are only game in town – at least, as far as our panel is concerned.
Our survey. It’s groundhog day for confidence in May’s leadership. Two in five respondents want her to quit now.
The total believing a new leader is required for the next election has never fallen below 50 per cent since we started asking the question.
Our Survey. May’s summer offensive makes no impact. Over two in three Party members continue to oppose the Chequers plan.
If anything, the figures have slightly worsened from Downing Street’s point of view. At any rate, there is a consistent pattern.