Three million of them are unlikely to pitch up here, but government must plan for all eventualities – and support for its plan wouldn’t survive a mass influx.
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None the less, the best part of two thirds of respondents think he’s dealing with it well, and Sunak continues to win rave reviews.
Our survey. By a wafer-thin margin, a plurality of our Party member panel says that Jenrick should resign
Though it also says that if he won’t walk then Johnson shouldn’t force him to do so.
Johnson falls 20 points to his lowest-ever Prime Ministerial score in our latest Cabinet League Table
Overall ratings are down but the Chancellor sidesteps this trend and posts another stellar score.
With the NHS apparently out of danger, and daily cases in decline, the fear factor is clearly falling – at least, if one’s measure is how people are behaving.
For the second month running, our panel’s confidence in Johnson’s handling of Covid-19 falls. Though it’s still at 70 per cent.
The drop roughly parallels the polling fall in confidence among the general public – though a seven out of ten rating is healthy enough.
China 1) Our survey. 85 per cent of Party members support the Government’s Hong Kong passport rights extension plan.
Given the sensitivity of the public to mass immigration, what’s the explanation for our panel’s return above?
And it makes next to no difference whether or not the question asked is about resignation or dismissal.
Our snap survey. Over half of our Conservative member panel backs Johnson’s plan. A third want a Sweden-style looser lockdown.
The Prime Minister has room and time to get the new policy right – at least as far as most Party members are concerned.
But overall the air goes out of the scores a little, with Hancock and Patel recording significant falls. Raab bucks the trend and regains the podium.
Four in five of our party member respondents say yes. Hunt is top choice to come in from outside – but there’s no strong support for any non-member.
Our survey and the virus. The proportion believing that younger people are making a disproportionate sacrifice doubles to a third.
There is a trend across the poll towards lockdown opposition – but it represents nothing like a majority of respondents.
Matt Hancock also sees a 20-point rise in his approval rating to take third place as the Covid-19 crisis reshapes British politics.
Our survey. An emphatic vote of confidence in the Government. Though one in five activists think that it has over-reacted.
Seventy-seven per cent of those polled back the lockdown; 90 per cent think the Prime Minister and his team are handling the crisis well.
The overall numbers are down slightly after the allegations against the Home Secretary and the Government’s defeat over Heathrow.