New Poll: 58% of people dislike the Tory Party

New Poll: 58% of people dislike the Tory Party

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 05, 2018 6:50 pm

As the Tory Party Conference came to a close this week, the PM announced that austerity would come to an end, if she was allowed to deliver a ‘Good Brexit’ deal. Whatever a “good Brexit” is defined as.

This illustrates the influence that the Labour party has had over the previous two years, Jeremy Corbyn and co. have managed to move the debate, something that is seldom done in opposition. No-one is expecting the Conservatives to come out in favour of socialism, but it shows they are re-positioning to avoid being left behind by popular Labour policy, they even announced they planned to implement two Labour policies, on housing and workers rights.

A poll recently published by IPSOS MORI revealed that 58% of people dislike the Tory Party, in stark contrast to the polling numbers of Labour, where 57% approve. Things do not look good for Theresa May, in a number of polls released this week, she is simply not resonating with voters. The public is quite clearly rejecting the Party famed for being good with the economy, 59% of people say that economic conditions will get worse in the next 12 months.

Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research at Ipsos MORI, said:

The Prime Minister’s personal ratings continue to bump along at a low level. But the problem is also partly her party’s. Public opinion so far does not seem to favour any of her potential successors, and the Conservative party itself remains stubbornly disliked by around six in ten, much worse than Labour’s likeability score.

https://www.thepeoplesnewsonline.co.uk/ ... ory-party/

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No conference bounce then!

Change Is Coming!

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Re: New Poll: 58% of people dislike the Tory Party

Postby Guest » Sat Oct 13, 2018 9:56 pm

Only 58%
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Re: New Poll: 58% of people dislike the Tory Party

Postby Richie BowWow » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:33 am

Not surprising, they don't stand for anything or believe in anything anymore, except in being in power.

Doubt that 57% of people like Labour though, if that was the case they'd be in power.
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Re: New Poll: 58% of people dislike the Tory Party

Postby LordRaven » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:56 am

Guest wrote:As the Tory Party Conference came to a close this week, the PM announced that austerity would come to an end, if she was allowed to deliver a ‘Good Brexit’ deal. Whatever a “good Brexit” is defined as.

This illustrates the influence that the Labour party has had over the previous two years, Jeremy Corbyn and co. have managed to move the debate, something that is seldom done in opposition. No-one is expecting the Conservatives to come out in favour of socialism, but it shows they are re-positioning to avoid being left behind by popular Labour policy, they even announced they planned to implement two Labour policies, on housing and workers rights.

A poll recently published by IPSOS MORI revealed that 58% of people dislike the Tory Party, in stark contrast to the polling numbers of Labour, where 57% approve. Things do not look good for Theresa May, in a number of polls released this week, she is simply not resonating with voters. The public is quite clearly rejecting the Party famed for being good with the economy, 59% of people say that economic conditions will get worse in the next 12 months.

Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research at Ipsos MORI, said:

The Prime Minister’s personal ratings continue to bump along at a low level. But the problem is also partly her party’s. Public opinion so far does not seem to favour any of her potential successors, and the Conservative party itself remains stubbornly disliked by around six in ten, much worse than Labour’s likeability score.

https://www.thepeoplesnewsonline.co.uk/ ... ory-party/

:canny: :canny: :canny:

No conference bounce then!

Change Is Coming!

:cuppaT:


I guess 58% of people want a PM who can actually dance :gigglesnshit:
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