Political polling 27 January 2022
Survation carried out polling on the day the police announced they would investigate Downing Street party allegations. The fieldwork, all carried out on Tuesday 25 January, has Labour in the lead on 40 points, down three on the previous week, and the Conservatives on 35%, up two points from last week.
Boris Johnson’s personal ratings have continued to fall, with a net rating down six points from December to – 35%. Keir Starmer has also fallen slightly in the past month by two points to -4%
There has been little change on who the public think would make the best Prime Minister in the past month. Keir Starmer leads Boris Johnson on who the public think would make the best Prime Minister by 40%, up 1 point, to Johnson’s 29%, down a point.
The Government’s approval rating is down seven points from December, to -28%.
Survation interviewed 1117 UK adults over 18 online, 25th January 2022.