Liz Truss-Rishi Sunak: In Britain, current Foreign Minister Liz Truss, who is leading the race for the post of prime minister and leadership of the ruling Conservative Party, has a decisive 22-point lead over her rival and former finance minister Rishi Sunak. This information has come from the results of a survey conducted among Tory (Conservative) members.
An ‘opinion poll’ was conducted by ‘The Observer’ newspaper involving 570 members of the Conservative Party. According to which 61 percent of the members have supported the Liz Truss. While 39 percent have spoken of supporting Sunak of Indian origin. The members polled are eligible to vote in the election of the party leadership. The person who leads the party sits on the post of Prime Minister.
September 2 is the last date to choose the successor of Boris Johnson
September 2 has been set as the last date for members of the Conservative Party to elect a successor to outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson by voting by postal ballot. In which now only about three weeks are left. According to the survey, Sunak has been able to bridge this gap (between Truss and himself) only marginally in recent times. Chris Curtis of ‘Opinion’ told that at the time the last two candidates were revealed. At the same time it was clear that all the equations are in favor of Liz Truss. Our latest opinion poll is only to find out what is his lead among party members.
Liz Truss unlikely to become prime minister
Many members have already voted and returned the ballot papers. In such a situation, there is very little chance that Truss will not become Prime Minister in September. It is clear that Sunak’s biggest problem is trust. Some members support his arguments on economic issues. The opinion being formed among the members (he is not honest or is not trustworthy enough for this top post) is not enough to change the views of his members.
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