According to Opinium Research, Truss got 61 per cent votes for the next PM post while Sunak got only 39 per cent votes.
Opinium Research sampled 570 Conservative members between Monday and Friday, among whom party members decided how they would vote in the ongoing leadership election.
Earlier, Sunak had vowed to support the UK’s most vulnerable amid a growing energy crisis in the country.
“People need to be reassured now about what we will do and I make no apologies for focusing on what matters most. Because whatever ‘boosterish’ others talk about, you Can’t heat my house with hope,” he wrote in an opinion piece. British daily The Times.
Sunak said his entire focus is on tackling domestic challenges like inflation, which his country is facing today. However, several analysts and frequent surveys suggest that the biggest challenge facing Sunak is the way to 10 Downing Street.
conservative Party Leadership results are only a few weeks away but it looks like Liz Truss’s victory over Rishi Sunak is imminent. The result of the vote will decide who will change boris johnson The next British Prime Minister is due on 5 September.
Last week’s poll showed how a significant number of Conservative Party members were voted back. liz truss A poll of members of the governing Conservative Party against Rishi Sunak has shown that Truss is firmly ahead of rival Sunak in the race to replace Boris Johnson as Britain’s PM.
,YouGov gives him a 34-point lead, which, if made a forced choice, increases to a 38-point lead (69 percent to 31 percent). Don’t know our 16 marks and divide the others equally among the candidates and, Truss has a 32 point lead (from 66 per cent to 34 per cent),” the survey said.
Not only that, independent surveys and surveys have shown Truss to be steadily moving beyond the sage craze. As the deadline for the results nears, the UK Foreign Secretary is increasing her lead.
“Polls and those interested in the recent past will note that we originally found the truss to be ahead of Sunak by 17 points (July 12) and the gap then closed to points seven (July 17). YouGov has Sunak 24 points ahead (July 13) with the difference then close to 18 points (July 20) – on an unexpected choice in both cases,” conservativehome The survey said.