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Theresa May’s ap­proval rat­ing ap­pears to have been hardly af­fected by the Tory party con­fer­ence, a BMG/ In­de­pen­dent poll has found. 33% of vot­ers are sat­is­fied with the job she is do­ing, and 52% are dis­sat­is­fied, giv­ing her a net rat­ing of -19, down from -18 two weeks ear­lier. By con­trast, Jeremy Cor­byn’s pop­u­lar­ity was boosted by the Labour con­fer­ence: he is on 0, up from -10.

De­spite May’s low rat­ing, 57% of vot­ers still think she should re­main PM un­til the end of Brexit ne­go­ti­a­tions, ac­cord­ing to an ORB poll for The Daily Tele­graph.

72% of peo­ple think Bri­tain is “on the wrong track” – up from 56% in April. By con­trast, just 8% of Chi­nese peo­ple feel the same way about their coun­try. Ip­sos Mori

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