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gulliver1 | 10:16 Mon 04th Jul 2022 | News
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Voters are turning away from the the Con Party in their droves,
due to Boris Johnsons leadership. A third of voters are planning NOT to vote Tory at the next G/E, and they cite Boris as the reason, while 45% of Brits say Johnson as leader makes the Con Party less appealing.
These finding are likely to cause fear and alarm amongst the Tory MPs,
and no doubt amongst the Boris fan boys & girls on A/B, that Johnson could turn the Con party into the Opposition Party ...
By contrast , more voters say Keir Starmer is a good reason for them to vote Labour at the next G/E,,,,,, Bring it on.

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Hurrah!
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The writing's on the wall,.....it's now to late.
Boris has already cost the Tories the chance of winning the next G/E.
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When you consider Boris has been fired from nearly every job he has had , I bet he couldn't believe his luck when he became Pm , and it looks like he's gonna get fired again.
Gulliver - You persist in parroting opinion polls which are meaningless this far away from an election.

The electorate have short memories, and by the time the election comes round, Keir Starmer will definitely not be leader, and Boris may not be leader, so this constant trumpeting about the future is utterly pointless.
Since Johnson recently refused to rule out a snap election, the next General Election might be nearer than you think.
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10.36 Oh dear Andy , have I rattled you cage ????
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TCL @10.41, Bring it on ,, sooner rather that later , bring the Tories down now, while they are at their weakest.
"A third of voters are planning NOT to vote Tory at the next G/E, and they cite Boris as the reason"

Is that a third of Tory voters or voters in general?
gulliver - // 10.36 Oh dear Andy , have I rattled you cage ???? //

Please don't flatter yourself that your endless pointless PP posts mean anything at all to me.

They are like the weather - there, but I can't do anything about them, so I usually ignore them.
Unlikely to be a general election before 2024.
A lot can happen between then and now.
I would expect the opposition to be showing well mid term. Opinion polls are notorious inaccurate.
// he [Boris Johnson] has rejected the idea. //

Perhaps he has seen one of Gully’s polls ;-)
Nah. Gully's polls have been doing the rounds for years, gromit. No one takes any notice of those.
Gully: "The writing's on the wall,.....it's now to late.
Boris has already cost the Tories the chance of winning the next G/E. " - so you'll obviously now take the bet then, I say the Tories supply the PM after the next GE, what say you, Tigre de Papier?
gromit: "Unlikely to be a general election before 2024. " - agreed, no one can deny the Tories are low in the polls so only a simpleton could thing they'd call an election now. Better to wait until 2024 and watch Labour implode after Rodders resigns later this week.
^ Yawn :0
That was to 11:24
Who needs an opinion poll? In all probability there’ll be another by-election looming in the Midlands shortly and there’s a parliamentary select committee sitting shortly.
Those two events combined will confirm what everyone already knows.
//By contrast , more voters say Keir Starmer is a good reason for them to vote Labour at the next G/E,,,,,,//

They'll be gutted if he resigns after being fined for beergate then. Assuming he's true to his word that is.

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