GQR’s new poll of Great Britain shows that all possible coalition combinations are unpopular with the general public, with all receiving a net negative approval rating. A coalition between the Conservatives and the Brexit Party is the least unpopular coalition combination, and a Labour-SNP coalition the most unpopular option.
The research also explores attitudes towards the main party leaders, as well as eroding support for Johnsons’ Brexit deal. The poll indicates a Conservative lead of 14 points over Labour.
This poll was covered by the New Statesman on 21 November 2019. Read the full article here.
Data tables for the poll are available to download here.