The Prime Minister’s score is still dire: he is back in positive ratings, but not by very much. Though a substantial minority of the panel want him on the leadership election ballot and/or would vote for him had they the option, a larger majority of it does not.
Also: it looks like it will be a good day for Labour in both Wales and Scotland as Douglas Ross struggles to make headway.
A pattern is beginning to form below the Defence Secretary, with Truss, Zahawi and Trevelyan coming in variously at second, third and fourth.
Meanwhile, Johnson is out of negative ratings for the first time in three months – and in comparative mid-table safety.
The Prime Minister is now going to address Scottish conference. But if war creates pressure for unity, the local elections may not.
The Unionists from Northern Ireland have more MPs, but nobody seems to be canvassing their views on Johnson’s future.
Conservative MPs have chosen to await her report, plus perhaps Geidt, Stone, the police, potential resignations – and an unhappy Chancellor.
Ross also confirms that he has written to Graham Brady to ask for a confidence vote in the Prime Minister.
And Ministers associated with support for Covid restrictions suffer noticeable falls in their scores.
Also: Donaldson reiterates DUP threat to collapse Stormont; and Jack comes out swinging for North Sea oil.
And Wallace is up from ninth to fourth. The Prime Minister and Home Secretary are both in the bottom ten.
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