“The optimistic national mood we saw in the spring is slipping away, and with it favourability towards Boris Johnson and his party.”
Boris Johnson has been under pressure to come up with solutions to keep the economy moving after Brexit amidst the coronavirus crisis. The prime minister’s popularity is fading as the general public and the Tory leaders are losing confidence in his leadership.
In the Conservative cabinet league table, Boris Johnson dropped by 36 points rating his approval to just 3 percent. His personal ratings started hitting the lowest last October the “vaccine bounce” begun to fade as the public opinion on vaccines shifted.
Meanwhile, Brexit red tape has been threatening the UK`s manufacturing with goods such as cars and fridges at risk of falling into legal limbo.
The government wasn`t successful in coming up with a replacement for the EU`s safety standards system. The failure to devise a suitable “kitemark” to guarantee product safe could seriously impact standards in the UK.
“When it comes to delivery, Britons were expecting the prime minister to take the country out of Europe, and on this, his ratings are highest,” Ipsos Mori head of politics Gideon Skinner said in a statement.
“Expectations were much lower that his government would reduce inequalities or divisions, but he may be more concerned about the gap in outcomes the public thought were more achievable – such as demonstrating improvements in the economy across the country as a whole, and spending on public services – particularly to improve the NHS.”
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