Sunak aides say Boris is on the verge of losing his Tory seat after receiving the worst ever opinion poll.

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Sunak aides believe Boris is on the verge of losing his Tory seat after receiving the worst ever opinion poll.

In a new poll, Boris Johnson’s favorability rating has plummeted to an all-time low, following the Owen Paterson debacle and his bizarre Peppa Pig-themed speech.

Despite Labour’s narrow two-point lead in the Savanta ComRes survey, Sir Keir Starmer has been told that he can take little comfort.

According to reports, a briefing war has broken out between Number 10 and the Treasury, indicating Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s growing frustration as well as his ambitions to succeed Mr Johnson as Prime Minister.

Mr Johnson now has a net favorability rating of -14 points, according to the poll, which was based on interviews with 2,184 adults between November 19 and November 21.

His government does even worse, with a 16-point “underwater” rating.

PM’s previous lows were 9% in September 20, October 20, and October 21, and 12% in January 21 and October 21 for Government.

Labour has a headline vote intention of 38 percent (down two points), while the Conservatives have a vote intention of 36 percent (also down two points).

The Liberal Democrats have 8%, the Greens 5%, the SNP 4%, and others 8%.

With 39 percent of the vote, Mr Johnson remains the best Prime Minister, followed by Sir Keir with 30 percent and 31 percent undecided.

According to Electoral Calculus, if a general election were held tomorrow, Labour’s razor-thin lead would be enough for them to finish as the largest single party – but not by much.

If the proposed new boundaries are implemented, the Conservatives, not Labour, will be the largest single political party.

“Another Labour lead and significant drops in the government and PM’s favorability – both to their lowest ever levels in our still, relatively new, tracker – should be good news for Labour,” said Chris Hopkins, Political Research Director at Savanta ComRes.

The fact remains that rather than going directly to Labour, the drop in Conservative support tends to go ‘nowhere’.

Chris Hopkins is a writer and a musician.

“However, rather than going directly to Labour, the drop in Conservative support tends to go ‘nowhere.'”

“Neither Conservative nor Red Wall voters appear to be returning to Starmer’s party, and his own favorability appears to be declining.

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