MADRID, Sep. 4 (.) –
The latest recent polls show that the support for the candidate Liz Truss is declining among the British electorate, before it is known whether she will win against Rishi Sunak in the Conservative Party primaries, results that will be announced this Monday.
Only 12 percent of Britons expect Truss to be a good or great leader, while 52 percent expect her to be a bad or terrible leader, according to YouGov.
In addition, the British population is divided on whether she would be a better prime minister than her predecessor, Boris Johnson, while indicating that she would be worse than any leader since Margaret Thatcher.
On the other hand, an Opinium poll has shown that support for Truss has fallen from 49 percent to 31 percent in less than a month.
The number of British citizens who consider the current foreign secretary to be competent has also decreased, Bloomberg has learned.