The proportion saying that she should go either now or before the next election hasn’t dropped below 55 per cent since last June.
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Two in five are for an elected element. And a quarter want the old Lord Hailsham “elective dictatorship” option – abolition.
The survey went out as Javid replaced Rudd, and he has bounced up to become the only other person polled who gets into double figures.
There is little joy in our findings for supporters of any of the main options – which lots of panel members, like so many voters, struggling to follow them.
Our monthly survey is out. What should May’s Brexit customs policy be? Who’s to blame for Home Office fiascos? Plus: the Lords’ future.
Plus our regular questions, including our monthly Cabinet League Table and Next Tory leader.
And: should the Government have the power to do so without a preceding Commons vote?
Truss moves up into the middle of the table, Williamson drops towards the floor, and Gauke slumps into the red over Warboys.
The changes in the ratings of the top three are almost unchanged, another tribute to the consistency of the poll.
We wanted to discover if a substantial underbelly of Tory member opinion believes that Russia isn’t a threat to our security. There isn’t one.
Our survey. Are Tory members shifting towards backing tax rises? They divide over one to help fund the NHS.
41 per cent say spending should rise further and be funded by a specific hike, while 44 per cent oppose the idea.
Our survey. Half of Tory members are satisfied with May’s transition deal. Almost two in five are dissatisfied.
That’s down from the seven in ten who backed the pre-Christmas EU agreement, but Downing Street may well think the finding could be a lot worse.
But more of our Party member respondents want her to leave Downing Street before the next election than don’t – as in every survey since last June.
Should new NHS spending be funded by a tax increase? Is Russia a threat to our security? The transition deal – good or bad?
Members of the ConservativeHome panel should find the monthly survey in their inboxes today.
The International Development Secretary’s response to the Oxfam scandal appears to have impressed Party members.
Some will not understand the technical arcana, but they will have grasped a point none the less: taking back control of our trade policy.