Boris Johnson’s approval rating has collapsed

Opinion polls in the UK show that the attitude of the inhabitants of the kingdom to Prime Minister Boris Johnson is getting worse. The survey results are published on the Statista website.

According to a YouGov study, Johnson’s approval rating has collapsed — as of November 22, only 29 percent of the UK adult population approve of his work as prime minister. 64 percent of respondents say that the politician does not cope with his duties. This is the minimum since he came to power in 2019.

Earlier in November, Johnson’s rating fell to the lowest 34 percent at that time. The Prime Minister’s policy is criticized not only by the population but also by the government itself. So, Johnson’s former chief adviser Dominic Cummings called him a “disaster for the state,” noting that he achieved his election in 2019 only to solve a certain problem.

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