Boris Johnson could lose his seat and neither of the two largest political parties is likely to secure a majority in the next general election, which is not expected until 2024, according to a new poll.
This is the first detailed survey of the public perception of how Johnson handled the Brexit talks and the Covid-19 pandemic, after he decided to overturn plans to allow British families to meet at Christmas in parts of the south of England. in an effort to combat the new coronavirus.
More than 22,000 people took part in the 4-week survey, conducted in December by research firm Focaldata and published by the Sunday Times.
According to the poll, the ruling Conservatives would lose 81 seats, with the majority of 80 seats being eliminated. That would mean 284 seats, while the opposition Labor Party would secure 282 seats.
The Scottish National Party, which wants to oust the rest of the UK, is projected to win 57 of the 59 seats in Scotland, meaning the party could spin the yoke to form the next government.
The British Prime Minister is in danger of losing his seat in Oxbridge, west of London, according to the investigation.