Voters think PM is failing on all five key priorities

Voters believe Rishi Sunak is doing a bad job in delivering on his five priorities, and think Sir Keir Starmer would do better, a new poll has found as the Prime Minister prepares to deliver an update on his small boats crackdown. 

Mr Sunak set out five priorities at the start of the year, including halving inflation, growing the economy, cutting NHS waiting lists, reducing the national debt and stopping small boat crossings.

But five months later, a poll by Ipsos UK, carried out between May 26 and 30, found more than 50 per cent of people think the Government is doing a bad job on almost all those priorities.

Some 60 per cent said the Government was doing a bad job on easing the cost of living, with only 18 per cent saying it was doing a good job, and 62 per cent thought it was not delivering on reducing NHS waiting times.

On growing the economy, 50 per cent said the Government was doing a bad job. On each of Mr Sunak’s priorities, the public was more likely to think a Labour government would do a better job than the Tories.

Mr Sunak is due to hold a press conference in Kent this morning where he will provide an update on his pledge to tackle the migrant Channel crossings crisis.

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