Approval of the Brexit negotiations has seen a significant fall in July – now the lowest on record.
Last month 36% approved of the negotiations and it is now 29%.
In June, 32% agreed that Theresa May would get the right deal for Britain in the Brexit negotiations – this has now fallen to 26% – the lowest again on record.
These 2,027 interviews were carried out over the weekend – before the resignation of Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Download the full tables here, and the charts here.
N=2,027 interviews conducted among a representative sample of the UK adult population July 6th to July 8th 2018. Questions have been asked over the first weekend of each month since November 2016. The statistical margin of error at the 95% confidence level is + 2.2%.