Conservatives hold 5 point lead over Labour going into conference season
In Survation’s latest political polling in the run-in to the party conference season, the Conservatives hold a steady 5 point lead, up one point in the past week.
Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer remain in minus net ratings, with Boris Johnson on -5 (up 1 point from last week) and Keir Starmer down 3 points in a week to -12.
Boris Johnson slightly out performs his own party with the Conservative Party on a -10 net favourability rating, down 3 points from last week, while Labour slightly outperforms its leader with the party on a -7 point net rating, down 3 points in the past week.
The Government’s overall performance rating is down 6 points in the last week to -10%.
In terms of who the public think would make the best Prime Minister, there is little change, with Boris Johnson unchanged on 43%, and Keir Starmer down 2 to 30% this week.
Survation interviewed 1060 adults aged 18 plus , online, 20-21 Sept 21.