According to the results of recent polling, the public has turned against the agreement made by Boris Johnson and is blaming him for the delay of Brexit instead of Labour. Only 19% of the people thought about the deal struck with Brussels in the previous week was a good one; only 3% took it to be as an excellent deal.
The proportion of people possessing no idea about the surprise agreement to offer any opinion has dropped to 34% from 45%, out of which most refused to give away their endorsement. The survey denoted that the Prime Minister was unsuccessful in the strategy to pin the blame on Labour for the letdown to deliver on his pledge “do or die”, which was to leave the EU by the end of October.
If the Brexit fails to be executed during Halloween, Boris Johnson and the Conservatives are to be held responsible, said at least one person out of five, which was certainly more than the 13% blaming the party of Jeremy Corbyn.
More than half of the public is putting blames on the MPs on all sides, which suggests that Tories will struggle in order to make this controversy a voting winner in the upcoming general elections.