UK: Voting intention – 25th March 2021
Conservatives maintain a small lead even if the ‘vaccine boost’ appears to be levelling out
he Tories hold a 4 point lead on voting intention, down from 6 two weeks ago. The Conservatives are on 41% (-2) while Labour are on 37% (unchanged).
Both Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer have seen small drops in their approval numbers. Johnson now has a net approval of +1, down from +7 two weeks ago. 42% approve of the job he is doing (-2) while 41% disapprove (+3). Meanwhile Starmer’s approval is now -5, down from +5. 30% approve of the job he is doing (-4) while 35% disapprove (+6).
Approval of the government’s handling of Coronavirus is down slightly. After weeks of improvement, culminating in as many people approving as disapproving in our previous poll (41% each) we have seen a small reversal in the trend. 39% approve (-2) while 44% disapprove (+3).
One in six (15%) are planning to go on holiday over Easter – increasing to 28% of those aged under 35.
You can find the full data tables here.