Boris Johnson’s worst rating ever among Tory Members is revealed by a poll. It shows that he is the most unpopular Cabinet member.

  • Boris Johnson’s Tory membership popularity score drops to the lowest level ever
  • Prime Minister is most disliked Cabinet member with a net approval rating of minus 34% 
  • Most popular member is Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, with approval score of 74%

A poll found that Boris Johnson’s popularity among Tory members has dropped to its lowest level ever.

According to the ConservativeHome survey the Prime Minister is the most disliked member of Cabinet with a score of minus 34%.

Only two other individuals have received a negative rating, Chief Whip Mark Spencer at minus 24 percent and Home Secretary Priti Paltel at minus 2 percent.

Liz Truss is the most popular, scoring 74% approval.

Boris Johnson has slumped to his lowest ever popularity rating among Tory members, a poll has found

A poll found that Boris Johnson’s popularity among Tory members has dropped to its lowest level ever. 

It comes a day after another survey for the website found the Foreign Secretary is in pole position to take over from Mr Johnson – storming past Rishi Sunak.

Yesterday’s poll found the Chancellor is the sixth most popular Cabinet member, with a net satisfaction rating of 49 per cent. He is defeated by Nadhim Zahawi, Education Secretary and Ben Wallace, Defence Secretary.

On 25. Nadine Dorries, Culture Secretary, fell to fourth from 16th.

Paul Goodman, editor of ConservativeHome, said of Mr Johnson’s rating: ‘The explanation? Parties, competence and Covid restrictions [disgraced MP Owen] Paterson, taxes and net zero.’ 

He stated that Boris Johnson was not as popular as Theresa May, who broke the unpopularity records of the survey with 75 percent.

‘Nevertheless, this is Prime Minister’s second consecutive negative rating month, his third overall, and his lowest total.

A poll showed that Michael Gove, Levelling Up Secretary (plus 16), fell to sixth (plus 16) while Sajid Javid (plus 29), was eighth (plus 29).