British voters in support of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) are losing faith in Prime Minister Theresa May and the ruling Conservative party’s ability to lead the Brexit negotiations, according to a new poll.
The poll, conducted by Opinium and commissioned by the Observer, showed Sunday that only 32 percent of leave voters trusted the Tories with the job, the lowest level of confidence since January 2017.
Meanwhile, 21 percent of the participants in the survey said the Labour Party would do a better job in handling the negotiations under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
The 11-point lead that May’s party holds over Labour is the lowest margin between the two parties on this issue so far this year.
Brexiters in the cabinet and Leave voters have been increasingly complaining that May has set a course for a soft Brexit that could see Britain stay close to EU customs arrangements and regulations.
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