Tue. Aug 9th, 2022


A Sensational Survey poll for the Sunday Mirror shows that 83% of voters place great emphasis on their personal morals in their Prime Minister

Serial marriage bride Boris Johnson today gets the thumbs down from seven out of ten voters for being a love cheater.

Still, they still think he gets a better PM with 44% to 32% than family man Sir Keir Starmer.

A sensational Survation poll for the Sunday Mirror shows that 83% of voters placed great emphasis on their personal morals in their prime.

And only 16% believe that it does not matter if they are unfaithful to their partners.

On that score, the Labor leader, 59, no doubt wins after having been happily married to NHS work environment worker Victoria for 14 years.

Johnson, on the other hand, cheated on his first wife, Allegra Mostyn -Owen, 57, with lawyer Marina Wheeler, also 57, who became his second wife – before moving in with third spouse Carrie Symonds, 31. There were cases in between.

How much do you trust them?

Nearly six out of ten people over the age of 65 believe that personal morality is very important in a political leader, while only a third of those in the 18-34 age group agree.

And Labor voters and more likely to say than Tory that it is also very important to be true to a partner.

Nearly eight out of ten voters also say it is important for a PM to be “smartly dressed” – indicating disapproval of Mr Johnson’s baggy suit and uneven hair.

But our poll shows that 46% of respondents would welcome an evening with the flamboyant Mr Johnson, while only one in three prefer to spend time with a more sober Sir Keir.

More than half of respondents think Johnson is “passionate”, while only 35% say the same about the Labor leader. Every third person describes the PM as inspiring.

Who would be the best prime minister?

But there is a sharp breakdown by gender with nearly six out of ten men describing Mr Johnson as passionate, while fewer than half of women say the same.

But when it comes to confidence, Sir Keir beats Mr Johnson by 14 points, and two-thirds believe Boris Johnson will raise income tax and VAT compared to fewer than half who say the same about the Labor leader.

The PM is distrusted by four per cent more voters than Sir Keir when it comes to supporting the NHS, and more than seven out of ten believe Labor is the party most likely to pump money into it.

Nearly half say the PM will only provide health care funding enough to keep it afloat.

And Sir Keir also beats Mr Johnson with a point about who is most trusted for children’s education.

But our poll shows that the Labor leader will have to do more to cut through with the public.

As the conference season ended last week, our poll brings the Tories four points ahead of Labor and Johnson’s preferred rating of seven points over Sir Keirs.

But the good news for the Labor leader is that only a quarter of voters think he is incompetent compared to more than four out of ten who think the Prime Minister is.



  • Conservative 39%
  • Work 35%
  • LibDems 9%
  • Green 5%


  • Boris Johnson 44%
  • Keir Starmer 32%


  • Boris Johnson 40%
  • Keir Starmer 26%


  • Boris Johnson 34%
  • Keir Starmer 20%


  • Boris Johnson 51%
  • Keir Starmer 35%

Survation interviewed 1,040 adults online between October 6-7

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