56% of Britons want Prime Minister Johnson to resign
The YouGov Sociological Institute conducted a study, which revealed that after the party scandal, 56% of survey participants would like the resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson. 27% of those polled opposed his departure.
This is about the alleged presence of a high-ranking official at a party at his residence, which took place in the midst of the pandemic. Out of 5.9 thousand respondents, 17% admitted that they had not yet decided on the answer.
Savanta ComRes surveyed more than a thousand people, and 66% of them were in favor of Johnson's resignation. Against & ndash; 24%. 42% of the polled members of the ruling Conservative Party would like to leave the prime minister. Johnson is still seen as its leader by 45% of respondents.