Support for conservatives in Britain rises after Johnson takes over as PM

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Conservative support for the Conservative Party and its widening gap with the opposition Labor Party rose to 10 points after Boris Johnson took over as prime minister, according to a poll published in Britain on Saturday.

The poll for the Sunday Times showed support for conservatives led by Johnson was 31 percent, up six percentage points from the previous poll, while workers were 21 percent, up 2 percentage points.

Liberal Democrats dropped three points to 20 percent, and the new Berkst party also dropped four points to 13 percent.

The poll, which took place on July 25 and 26, took about 1,700 people.


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