That is even lower than Theresa May’s score of -46 in the days prior to her resignation and to put that into even more harsh context, it makes her even more unpopular than Johnson was at the height of Partygate - Johnson reached a low of -44 as Partygate news hit the airwaves.
Meanwhile, if a general election were to be called now, the Labour Party would win 411 seats – whilst the Conservatives would find themselves with a meagre 138, according to the Trades Union Congress survey.
\u201cBREAKING \ud83d\udea8\ud83d\udea8 | Our new poll reveals: \n\n\u274c Jacob Rees-Mogg\n\u274c Boris Johnson \n\u274c Priti Patel \n\nAre all set to get voted OUT at the next General Election.\u201d
— Trades Union Congress (@Trades Union Congress)
This would see big names including Boris Johnson, Priti Patel, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Therese Coffey and the new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt all voted out.
Nevertheless, Truss told the BBC last night that she would lead the party into the next general election, apologising for her mistakes and looking to the future.
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