Most Britons who voted do not trust Boris Johnson to keep his promise to deliver a more Britain right after Brexit.
In a poll, less than a quarter think the economy will improve and not even 40% believe the prime minister will keep his promise to “level” the country.
The exclusive poll for the Daily Mirror notes that most voters are not convinced that the Prime Minister will invest in the regions and tackle equality.
But our survey by Deltapoll shows that 50% of people say they don’t trust the Prime Minister to level different parts of Britain, with only 37% believing he will.
And a clear majority (45% to 23%) expect Britain to become less equal in the next 12 months.
More than half of voters (55%) also say they don’t believe Conservatives are helping the poorest in society, with 51% saying they are more likely to help the wealthiest people in the country.
The poll also reveals people’s concerns about the coming year.
Less than one in four (24%) think the economy will improve in the next 12 months and 48% say it will get worse.
And a clear majority (45% to 23%) believe Britain has become a more unequal country in the past year.
Only 36% of those polled are optimistic about the coming year, of which 30% are pessimistic.
The Prime Minister’s praise for reaching a Brexit deal is limited, with 41% supporting the trade deal versus 34% against.
A majority (38% to 32%) think the deal will be good for Britain with 30% undecided.
However, most people don’t believe the deal is the one the Brexiteers promised in the 2016 referendum.
Only 4% say the result is better than what the Leave campaign promised, compared to 48% who say it is worse than what Leave promised four years ago.
If there was a second referendum, 53% would vote and 47% would quit.
But there is little evidence of Brexit remorse, with 85% saying they don’t regret the way they voted in the EU referendum.
Only 13% of leavers and 7% of those left say they regret their decision.
Although the Tories maintain a national lead in the polls, Mr Johnson’s personal ratings follow those of Labor chief Keir Starmer.
Asked how they would vote in the general election, 43% answered Conservatives, 38% Labor, 4% Lib Democrats 4% and 16% for the minor SNP parties.
But the Prime Minister’s approval ratings are -3, with 49% saying he is doing a bad job and 46% saying well.
In contrast, Mr Starmer has a net approval of +5, with 41% saying he’s okay and 36% bad.
The poll also shows how few people trust Mr Johnson, with just 39% saying he is telling the truth, compared to 54% saying he is not.
The poll also suggests that the Conservatives are losing support for the seats they won in 2019, including the Red Wall.
In those ridings, Mr Johnson’s approval rating has slipped to -19%, while Mr Starmer is at a + 15%.
The voters of these seats are also less convinced that the Prime Minister will level the regions (-34%, against -13% at the national level) and help the poorest (-24% against -18% at the national level).
However, the poll also shows the challenge Mr. Starmer faces.
Among older voters, the Labor Party trails the Conservatives by 40 points, with 60% of those aged 65 and over saying they would vote for the Conservatives and just 20% for Labor.
The Tories are also ahead on the key issue of the economy with 46% saying that a government led by Mr Johnson and Rishi Sunak is best for the economy and only 32% supporting one led by Mr Starmer and the phantom chancellor Anneliese Dodds.
A majority (52% to 42%) trust the Tories to help grow the economy and invest in the NHS (49% to 45%).
Mr Sunak also has the best personal marks for any politician when it comes to dealing with the Covid epidemic.
Some 55% believe the Chancellor has done well during the crisis. His net approval rating is +23, compared to -4 for Health Secretary Matt Hancock and -12 for Mayor of London Sadq Khan.
Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon is also on trial for doing well during the outbreak and has a +18 approval rating.
** Deltapoll surveyed 1,608 UK adults online between 2630 December 2020. The data has been weighted to be representative of the UK adult population as a whole.
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