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Sir Keir Starmer has suffered an enormous new blow after a surprising new ballot revealed how well-liked he actually is. The ballot, revealed by Ipos Mori, reveals the Labour chief has a internet rating of -19.

It comes slightly below per week earlier than the UK heads to the polls on July 4 when it’s going to elect a brand new Prime Minister. Ahead of the vote, the principle events have been setting out their stalls in a bid to attempt to win over and bolster assist among the many British public.

Polls over the previous few months have advised that Labour may win with an enormous majority practically 5 years after the Tories received an enormous majority within the 2019 normal election.

However, a brand new ballot by Ipsos Mori has advised that if Sir Keir Starmer turns into the following Prime Minister, his low rating means he may very well be the least well-liked chief of the opposition to develop into PM.

The outcomes recommend that his internet rating of -19 is worse than both Margaret Thatcher, David Cameron or Tony Blair after they entered workplace.

Furthermore, the outcomes present that while 33 p.c of individuals are glad with the job the Labour chief is doing, round 52 p.c aren’t. His low reputation scores come amid a frantic build-up to the vote on July 4.

As voting day strikes nearer, every ballot turns into extra essential and a latest survey of 20,000 voters by Find Out Now and Electoral Calculus has advised that the Conservative Party may very well be left with simply 60 seats after all of the votes have been counted.

In distinction, the ballot has advised that Labour may win 450 seats and have a majority of 250, leaving the Liberal Democrats to come back in second with 71 seats.

What’s extra, ballot advised that Reform UK may win as much as 18 MPs subsequent week and are available fourth simply behind the Conservative Party who may undergo a sequence of Cabinet casualties.

These embody Jeremy Hunt, Kemi Badenoch, Penny Mordaunt, Oliver Dowden, Grant Shapps, Michelle Donelan, Claire Coutinho, Mel Stride, Esther McVey, and Victoria Atkins.

Following the outcomes of the survey, Electoral Calculus’ Martin Baxter stated: “The Conservatives are predicted to be in third place in terms of both votes and seats.

“That would be a disaster for them. Labour looks set for a massive landslide, but with about one million fewer votes than Jeremy Corbyn got in 2017.”

If the outcomes of the ballot are mirrored within the consequence subsequent week, Sir Kier Starmer would come dwelling with a majority bigger than Tony Blair’s in 1997.