Sunak's approval ratings have fallen to record lows ahead of Britain's snap election

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 British support for incumbent Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has hit a record low with less than a month to go before snap parliamentary elections.

This is evidenced by the results of the YouGov poll, Ukrinform reports with Sky News reporting.

The poll shows that 72% of Britons have a negative view of Sunak, the highest level of disapproval recorded by the polling service since he became Britain's prime minister.

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Only 21% of Britons evaluate Sunak's activities positively.

Voters are also generally dissatisfied with the Conservative Party, of which he is the leader: 70% view it negatively, while only 21% view it positively.

At the same time, the number of Britons who have a positive attitude towards the leader of the opposition Labor Party, Keir Starmer, reached the highest level since the end of 2022 - 39%. However, 51% of people still have an "unfavorable opinion" of him.

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Opinions about the Labor Party were divided, with 44% having a positive view of it and 47% having a negative view of it.

The popularity of the Liberal Democrats has increased slightly and now stands at 37%, while 47% have a negative view of them. This is the best performance for the Lib Dems in this Parliament.

Photo: Lauren Hurley / No 10 Downing Street