The deal Theresa May has agreed with the European Union is even less popular than her Chequers plan was back in October. That takes some doing.
A new poll by Ipsos Mori lays out the stark reality: that in October, 29% of the British public thought Chequers was good, compared to 47% who thought it was bad.
When the public are asked by the PM’s Withdrawal Agreement now, only 25% back is as any good compared to 62% who say it is bad.
As Ipsos Mori’s Head of Political Research, Gideon Skinner, confirms: “Unfortunately for Theresa May, reaction to her Withdrawal Agreement is now worse than it was for the Chequers plan.”
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Theresa May, just like David Cameron, has fallen into the trap of trying to sell the country what is fundamentally a bad deal.