We've crunched the numbers on your nine hundred responses to our latest survey and the results are very interesting:
As you can see, there was an overwhelmingly positive response for Boris in our survey. Respondents have confidence in his handling of Brexit.
There was a lot of love for Priti Patel last week in her appraisal, with 70.8% of those polled saying that they would give her full marks! 20.2% gave her 4 out of 5, and only 8% gave her lower than that!
The Chancellor also enjoys massive support amongst our subscribers, with 39.6% giving Saj full marks and 37.9% giving him 4 out of 5. 18.3% gave him the average, 3 out of 5, and only 4.2% gave him lower than that.
These are the results for our Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab. Very positive!
Steve Barclay also received quite substantial approval ratings, as shown below.
Andrea Leadsom’s results followed a very similar trend.
Our new Party Chairman, James Cleverly, was given top marks by 38.3% of those polled, with another 35.2% giving him 4 out of 5. 21.2% gave him 3 out of 5 and only 5.4% gave him less.
Boris’s de facto deputy, Michael Gove, received at least 4 out of 5 from 69% of respondents, with 20.4% giving him 3 out of 5. 10.6% gave him 1 or 2 out of 5.
Liz Truss is a big name for those on the right of the party, and she was marked as below:
Matt Hancock was given 5 out of 5 by 30.3% of those polled, with another 33.2% and 25.4% giving him 4 out of 5 and 3 out of 5 respectively. 7.2% gave him 2 out of 5 and 3.9% gave him 1 out of 5.
Secretaries of State for the Union
We got some interesting results for the secretaries of state for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as shown below.
With the furore over the Northern Irish Border, these aren’t bad numbers at all.
The above numbers for the Secretary for SNP-dominated Scotland are very decent as well – the SNP have been very loud and dominant in Scottish politics over recent years and thankfully we are starting to make inroads, due to the brilliant work of the Scottish Conservatives.
We-re also making inroads in Plaid Cymru and Labour-dominated Wales. They voted to Leave, and we are committed to delivering the referendum result. The below results, and indeed the above, show confidence in our secretaries of state for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
These are very good results, and show that our members and supporters have confidence in our Prime Minister and our Cabinet. There is light at the end of the Brexit tunnel, and we can have confidence in our talented, well-performing Cabinet to lead us into the next General Election, whenever that may be.
We were very pleased to receive such positive responses, and such a lot of them as well! It’s great to see so many get involved and have their say. We’ll have another fresh, interesting survey in this week’s mailout – take a look, please do vote and let us know what you think!