The rating of the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may fell to a record low. On Monday, July 17, reports The Independent, citing data from a recent public opinion poll conducted by Opinium.
Her work at the head of the British Parliament approves 30 percent of Britons, while 51 percent of the subjects of the United Kingdom relate to the activities of the Prime Minister negatively.
While main rival may, leader of the labour party Jeremy Corbyn supports 41% of Britons, while 37 percent of British citizens do not approve of his activities.
It is noted that the labour lead among voters aged 18 to 54 years, while the primary electorate, the conservatives ‘ are people aged 55 years and older.
At the same time, according to the survey, 36 percent of the population still believe that Mei is better suited for the post of Prime Minister, 33 per cent believe that this role is better suited Corbin.
On 25 June the British newspaper the Times, citing sources within the Conservative party announced that a number of tories in favour of the displacement of Theresa may as Prime Minister.