A new poll by ‘Observer’ has shown Labor Party leader Keir Starmer to be a worse choice for UK Prime Minister than Boris Johnson.
Currently, Johnson has a two-point lead over Starmer, raising more concerns within the Labor Party over the party leader’s performance.
Compared to their ratings two weeks ago, Johnson’s rating fell from -30 to -27, but Karmer’s was unchanged at -6.
While 26% of pollsters thought Karmer would make the best prime minister, 28% opted for Johnson.
According to the latest Observer poll, Labor leads with 36% of the vote, followed by the Conservatives at 34% and the Liberal Democrats at 13% with the Greens at 6%.
Despite a no-confidence vote against Johnson, Labor MPs are still gloomy about Starmer’s performance.
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Criticizing Karmer’s line of questioning in the vote, many Labor members said it helped Johnson regain some stability.
After the conflicts under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, Starmer’s main task was to repair the inner workings of the party.
Labor is currently focused on making progress with significant groups of voters to secure a clear double-digit lead in the June 23 by-election in Wakefield.
“The work Keir has done to reform the party, often without fanfare, means we can seriously talk about winning the next election,” a Labor source told ‘The Guardian’.
(With agency contributions)
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