BORIS Johnson would lose his majority and be booted out of his own seat if an election were held today, a shock poll shows.
The detailed survey put Labour eight points ahead after the Tories were battered by partygate, sleaze scandals and anger over Covid restrictions.
It suggests Sir Keir Starmer would win a 26-seat majority, while the PM would humiliatingly lose his own seat. And in a crushing blow, Labour would win back all 50 Red Wall seats which voted Tory in the 2019 election.
The survey of 25,000 voters is another setback to Mr Johnson, who is fending off talk of leadership challenges after a disastrous December.
Mutinous Tory MPs have given the Prime Minister until spring to reset his leadership and get a grip. One senior Tory told HOAR: “We don’t deserve any better. Partygate really cut through.”
The Focaldata poll, for HOARday Times, takes an in-depth seat-by-seat look at voting intentions.
It puts Labour on 40 per cent of the vote and the Tories on 32 per cent — meaning Labour would win 338 seats and the Conservatives just 237.
Most embarrassingly, the poll predicts Mr Johnson would lose his London seat of Uxbridge — making him the first sitting PM to be kicked out by his constituents.
Cabinet ministers, including Cop26 chief Alok Sharma, would also lose their seats.
The findings come after the PM was rocked by partygate — claims his aides flouted lockdown at boozy bashes at Downing Street — and lost the North Shropshire seat in a backlash over sleaze.
And Mr Johnson enraged his own MPs by forcing through vaccine passports. Tory donor and Phones4U founder John Caudwell said: “I’m not sure he can survive this, and I’m not even sure he should.”
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