Just over 56 per cent support the decision not to extend the programme through the Christmas holidays, versus almost 38 per cent who disagree.
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All in all, it’s much of a muchness – with Douglas Ross down by about 25 points, now that his Party Conference coverage has faded.
Fewer than one in four are holding out for Biden. Does this reflect their view of which will be better for Britain, or simply instinctive mistrust of the Left?
In August, this stood at almost 75 per cent. In January, it was 92 per cent. Can the Prime Minister revive grassroots optimism?
It’s a rotten springboard from which to vault into Party Conference as it begins today. But what goes down may go back up.
Our survey. Under one in three Party members think Johnson is dealing well with the Coronavirus as Prime Minister.
We’ve been asking this question for the last seven months in the monthly survey. And this is the seventh time in a row that his rating has fallen.
Our monthly survey finds that support for a Sweden-style Covid-19 policy is up from about a third of Party activists to almost half
Johnson will enter the Conservative Party Conference with support for his Covid-19 policy having deteriorated sharply, if our survey is anything to go by.
Last month, he was sixth from top. Now, he is eighth from bottom. Only six Ministers have a satisfaction rating of more than half.
Almost two in five of our panel members think that our national interests are usually aligned. And one in four think they’re aligned – full stop.
That’s the fourth successive drop. The Government’s rating mirrors it. The Chancellor’s rating is essentially unchanged.
Only a small portion don’t care at all about the Union – but a sizeable minority now view it as less important as other political goals.
Our survey. Almost 75 per cent of members predict a Conservative majority at the next General Election.
It marks a slight shift from January this year, in which a bullish 92 per cent expected a Tory majority.
Meanwhile the Prime Minister continues to slide down the rankings, falling into the 40s for the first time since taking office.
James Frayne: Public support for the Government appears to have dropped – but not when it comes to individual policies
People strongly back it banning separate households meeting indoors where infection rates have risen, among other moves.
Our survey. Johnson’s approval ratings for managing Covid-19 slip further for the third month running.
In June, 70 per cent of respondents believed he was handling the national emergency well. That has since dropped by over ten per cent.