These results are in effect identical to a YouGov poll published earlier today. If both we and they are right, Sunak needs a massive game-changer to turn this contest round – and he’s running out of time.
Almost a fifth of respondents protested by either abstaining or writing in for Johnson.
By using sugar tax funds, it could greatly alleviate some of the difficulties in schools across the country.
That Switzerland and New Zealand each have their own arrangements suggests that a bespoke arrangement ought to be possible.
Evidence suggests the Government needs to tackle people’s anxiety, not conspiracy theories.
Never underestimate the power of Labour. Its message of helping the underdog and the poor is enduring, still popular and extremely potent.
There is no evidence from the poll of polls that the Dominic Cummings affair speeded up what has been a steady Tory decline since mid-April.
Today’s polls reveal some interesting things about the early days of Johnson’s premiership – and hint at the battles to come.
A basic problem remains unaltered – that there is no Commons majority for a No Deal Brexit. This point has been well made by Ann Widdecombe.
Allowing everything to be dominated by questions of personalities undermines essential thinking about matters of policy.
And, late in the day, the Prime Minister bows to our advice, and rushes on to Marr, today, to make the case for her new proposals.
The country remains divided poll-wise into two unarmed camps. One cannot stick the Conservatives at any price. The other is unified by its fear of Corbyn.
Those who still refuse to accept we’re really going to leave the EU are misreading the process, the politics, and the people.
“The low point of the Conservative campaign has followed the manifesto launch,” we wrote. “The social care policy tanked, and Tory poll ratings fell with it.”