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50% of Tory members are satisfied with David Cameron. 49% are not.

By Tim Montgomerie
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The charts below summarise the main findings of the latest ConHome poll of Tory grassroots members, conducted in association with The Independent and Radio 4's Westminster Hour. Some of the key findings:

  • David Cameron's net satisfaction rating has collapsed to just +1%. 50% are satisfied with his performance and 49% are dissatisfied.
  • Only 11% of party members expect a majority Tory government.
  • Boris Johnson is the choice of 37% of Tory members to succeed David Cameron if the Tories lose the next election.

Cabinet satisfaction ratings

The next governmentSucceeding Cameron

Survey of 1,872 Tory members on 4th and 5th October.


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