Opinion polling for the 2019 Conservative Party (UK) leadership election

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Opinion polling for the 2019 Conservative Party leadership election has taken place since 2017. Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister Theresa May announced on 24 May 2019 that she would resign as leader on 7 June, officially announcing the start of the 2019 Conservative Party leadership election.

Polling via organisations[edit]

Jeremy Hunt vs. Boris Johnson[edit]

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg
Jeremy
Hunt
Yukiya Amano with Boris Johnson in London - 2018 (41099455635) (cropped).jpg
Boris
Johnson
Not Sure
3–5 July 2019 Opinium 2,002 British voters 18% 27% 55%
760 2017 Conservative voters 28% 49% 24%
1–5 July 2019 YouGov 907 Conservative Party members 26% 74% N/A
22 June 2019 ComRes Conservative Party councillors 39% 61% N/A
21 June 2019 YouGov 907 Conservative Party members 26% 74% N/A
16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative Party members 33% 67% N/A

All candidates[edit]

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg
Jeremy
Hunt
Yukiya Amano with Boris Johnson in London - 2018 (41099455635) (cropped).jpg
Boris
Johnson
Official portrait of Michael Gove crop 2.jpg
Michael
Gove
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg
Matt
Hancock
Official portrait of Sajid Javid MP.jpg
Sajid
Javid
Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea
Leadsom
Official portrait of Esther McVey crop 2.jpg
Esther
McVey
Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Rory Stewart crop 2.jpg
Rory
Stewart
Don't Know Others
13–20 June 2019 Five ballots are held among Conservative MPs. Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt advance to the members' vote.
4-10 June 2019 Sam Gyimah, James Cleverly and Kit Malthouse announce they are pulling out of the leadership race ahead of the vote
3–4 June 2019 YouGov 1,755 British adults 4% 19% 5% 1% 6% 4% 2% 3% 7% 26% 3%
2 June 2019 Sam Gyimah announces he will run for the leadership
30 May 2019 Mark Harper announces he will run for the leadership
29–30 May 2019 Deltapoll/Mail on Sunday 2,449 British adults 9% 32% 11% 2% 9% 5% 2% 5% 4% N/A 9%
29 May 2019 James Cleverly announces he will run for the leadership
28–30 May 2019 Opinium 2,005 British adults 5% 19% 6% 1% 5% 4% 2% 5% 5% 4% 35%
27 May 2019 Sajid Javid and Kit Malthouse announce they will run for the leadership
26 May 2019 Andrea Leadsom and Michael Gove announce they will run for the leadership
25 May 2019 Matt Hancock and Dominic Raab announce they will run for the leadership
22–24 May 2019 Survation 2,029 British adults 5% 27% 5% 2% 9% 4% 2% 2% 2% 41%
24 May 2019 Jeremy Hunt announces he will run for the leadership
24 May 2019 Theresa May announces her intention to step down as Conservative Leader and Prime Minister[2]
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 1,586 British adults 4% 21% 4% 1% 10% 6% N/A 2% 2% 21% 26%
17 May 2019 Boris Johnson announces he will run for the leadership
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 8% 39% 9% 1% 9% 5% N/A 13% 4%
9 May 2019 Esther McVey announces she will run for the leadership
7–10 May 2019 BMG Research 1,541 British adults 2% 11% 3% N/A 4% 2% N/A 1% N/A 27% 28%
5 May 2019 Rory Stewart announces he will run for the leadership
9–12 Apr 2019 Opinium 2,007 British adults 2% 12% 3% 1% 4% 2% N/A 2% N/A 26% 31%
4–8 Apr 2019 Kantar 1,178 British adults 2% 10% 3% N/A 0% 0% N/A 2% N/A 69% 1%
28–30 Mar 2019 Deltapoll 1,010 British adults 4% 15% 5% 1% 6% 1% N/A 2% N/A 50% 40%
28–29 Mar 2019 Opinium 2,008 British adults 2% 11% 4% N/A 4% 1% N/A 3% N/A 27% 29%
16 Mar 2019 Survation 1,007 British adults 8% 16% 5% N/A 9% N/A N/A 3% N/A 26% 29%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/People's Vote 1,823 British adults 3% 13% N/A 0% 5% 2% 1% 2% N/A 32% 40%
14-15 Mar 2019 YouGov 1,756 British adults 3% 13% 4% N/A 8% N/A N/A 2% N/A 27% 20%
12-15 Mar 2019 Opinium 2,008 British adults 2% 10% 3% N/A 4% 2% N/A 2% N/A 29% 28%
21–22 Feb 2019 Deltapoll 1,027 British adults 5% 14% 4% N/A 9% N/A N/A 3% N/A 41% 8%
2019
5 Dec 2018 Survation 1,053 British adults 6% 17% 6% N/A 5% N/A N/A N/A N/A 44% 2%
28–29 Sep 2018 BMG Research/HuffPost UK 1,203 British adults N/A 20% 2% N/A 5% N/A N/A N/A N/A 26% 15%
19–20 Jul 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,668 British adults 2% 15% 1% N/A 4% N/A N/A N/A N/A 25% 31%
14 Jul 2018 Opinium/Observer 2,005 British adults 4% 12% 3% N/A N/A 2% N/A N/A N/A 23% 25%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov 966 Conservative members 4% 11% 11% N/A 17% N/A N/A N/A N/A 5%
2018
20–27 Sep 2017 YouGov 927 Conservative members N/A 23% N/A N/A 1% N/A N/A 2% N/A 26%
Others
23 September 2017 Survation/Mail on Sunday 1,174 British adults N/A 21% 3% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 27% 24%
19–22 Sep 2017 Opinium/Observer 1,268 British voters 3% 23% 2% N/A 5% N/A N/A N/A N/A 15% 1%
31 Aug – 1 September 2017 Survation/Mail on Sunday 1,174 British adults N/A 21% 3% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 25% 29%
21 Jun–11 Jul 2017 YouGov 1,002 Conservative members N/A 17% N/A N/A N/A 1% N/A N/A N/A 26%
2017

Head to head polling[edit]

Davis vs Rudd

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr David Davis crop 2.jpgDavid
Davis
Official portrait of Amber Rudd crop 2.jpgAmber
Rudd
Would not vote Don't Know
20–27 September 2017 YouGov 927 Conservative members 51% 32% 8% 9%

Johnson head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Yukiya Amano with Boris Johnson in London - 2018 (41099455635) (cropped).jpgBoris
Johnson
Official portrait of Michael Gove crop 2.jpgMichael
Gove
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg

Jeremy
Hunt

Official portrait of Sajid Javid MP.jpg
Sajid
Javid
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Rory Stewart crop 2.jpg

Rory Stewart

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 66% 34% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
67% N/A 33% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
66% N/A N/A 34% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
69% N/A N/A N/A 31% N/A N/A N/A N/A
59% N/A N/A N/A N/A 41% N/A N/A N/A
74% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 26% N/A N/A
75% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 25% N/A
70% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 30%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov 966 Conservative members 45% 55% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
56% N/A 44% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
45% N/A N/A 55% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
59% N/A N/A N/A 41% N/A N/A N/A N/A

Gove head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Michael Gove crop 2.jpgMichael
Gove
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg

Jeremy
Hunt

Official portrait of Sajid Javid MP.jpg
Sajid
Javid
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Rory Stewart crop 2.jpg

Rory Stewart

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 50% 50% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
51% N/A 49% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
53% N/A N/A 47% N/A N/A N/A N/A
42% N/A N/A N/A 58% N/A N/A N/A
66% N/A N/A N/A N/A 34% N/A N/A
71% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 29% N/A
51% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 49%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov 966 Conservative members
61% 39% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
44% N/A 56% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
66% N/A N/A 44% N/A N/A N/A N/A

Javid head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg

Jeremy
Hunt

Official portrait of Sajid Javid MP.jpg
Sajid
Javid
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Rory Stewart crop 2.jpg

Rory Stewart

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 49% 51% N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
N/A 51% 49% N/A N/A N/A N/A
N/A 41% N/A 59% N/A N/A N/A
N/A 71% N/A N/A 29% N/A N/A
N/A 74% N/A N/A N/A 26% N/A
N/A 50% N/A N/A N/A N/A 50%

Stewart head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg

Jeremy
Hunt

Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Rory Stewart crop 2.jpg

Rory Stewart

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 74% N/A N/A N/A 26% N/A
N/A N/A N/A N/A 30% 70%
N/A N/A 73% N/A 27% N/A
N/A N/A N/A 62% 38% N/A
N/A 71% N/A N/A 29% N/A

Hunt head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr Jeremy Hunt crop 2.jpg

Jeremy
Hunt

Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 53% 47% N/A N/A N/A
41% N/A 59% N/A N/A
71% N/A N/A 29% N/A
49% N/A N/A N/A 51%

Leadsom head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

Official portrait of Andrea Leadsom crop 2.jpg
Andrea Leadsom
10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 49% N/A N/A 51%
N/A 64% N/A 36%
N/A N/A 33% 67%

Raab head-to-heads

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Dominic Raab crop 2.jpg
Dominic
Raab
Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 37% 63% N/A
N/A 73% 27%

Mordaunt vs Hancock

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Penny Mordaunt crop 2.jpg

Penny
Mordaunt

Official portrait of Matt Hancock crop 2.jpg

Matt Hancock

10–16 May 2019 YouGov/The Times 858 Conservative members 65% 35%

Johnson vs Rudd

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Yukiya Amano with Boris Johnson in London - 2018 (41099455635) (cropped).jpgBoris
Johnson
Official portrait of Amber Rudd crop 2.jpgAmber
Rudd
Would not vote Don't Know
20–27 September 2017 YouGov 927 Conservative members 57% 33% 5% 5%

Davis vs Johnson

Date(s)
administered
Poll
source
Sample
size
Official portrait of Mr David Davis crop 2.jpgDavid
Davis
Yukiya Amano with Boris Johnson in London - 2018 (41099455635) (cropped).jpgBoris
Johnson
Would not vote Don't Know
20–27 September 2017 YouGov 927 Conservative members 39% 46% 9% 7%

Approval ratings of prospective candidates[edit]

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 30% 20% N/A 50% +10%
1,024 Scottish adults 15% 39% N/A 46% –24%
18–20 Jun 2019 Opinium 318 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 61% 19% N/A 20% +42%
1,861 British adults 35% 46% N/A 19% –11%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 56% 37% 2 6% +19%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 31% 36% 18% 16% –5%
252 Conservative voters 45% 22% 15% 17% +23%
1,672 British voters 19% 43% 24% 14% –24%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 660 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 7% 15% N/A 78% –8%
284 Conservative voters 11% 11% N/A 78% Tie
1,688 British voters 4% 23% N/A 77% –19%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 14% 44% N/A 41% –30%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 26% 40% 18% 15% –14%
1,755 British voters 15% 46% 24% 15% –31%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 22% 39% 20% 20% –17%
1,586 British voters 12% 46% 27% 15% –34%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 43% 43% 10% 4% Tie
10–14 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative supporters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 28% 41% N/A 31% –13%
1,072 British voters 19% 52% N/A 29% –33%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 13% 42% 29% 16% –29%
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 32% 36% N/A 32% –4%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 24% 40% 19% 17% –16%
579 2017 Conservative voters 21% 42% 18% 19% –21%
1,756 British voters 14% 46% 24% 16% –32%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 14% 44% 26% 16% –30%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 38% 49% 10% 4% –11%

Sajid Javid

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 29% 24% N/A 47% +5%
1,024 Scottish adults 17% 35% N/A 48% –18%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 61% 30% 2% 8% +31%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 31% 33% 20% 17% –2%
252 Conservative voters 38% 23% 18% 21% +15%
1,672 British voters 18% 37% 31% 14% –19%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 650 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 6% 17% N/A 77% –11%
255 Conservative voters 12% 9% N/A 79% +3%
1,629 British voters 5% 23% N/A 72% –18%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 12% 45% N/A 43% –33%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 28% 34% 22% 16% –6%
1,755 British voters 18% 37% 31% 14% –19%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 25% 36% 21% 18% –11%
1,586 British voters 20% 32% 33% 16% –12%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 46% 38% 11% 5% +8%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 36% 36% N/A 28% Tie
1,072 British voters 20% 47% N/A 33% –27%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 19% 30% 34% 17% –11%
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 32% 40% N/A 28% –8%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 25% 35% 22% 18% –10%
579 2017 Conservative voters 25% 36% 23% 16% –11%
1,756 British voters 20% 37% 29% 14% –17%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 16% 32% 35% 17% –16%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 62% 26% 7% 4% +36%
20–27 Sep 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative Members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 29% 35% 13% 23% –6%

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 34% 29% N/A 37% +5%
1,024 Scottish adults 16% 53% N/A 31% –37%
18–20 Jun 2019 Opinium 324 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 75% 17% N/A 8% +58%
1,919 British adults 43% 46% N/A 11% –3%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 77% 19% 0% 4% +58%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 57% 27% 6% 11% +30%
252 Conservative voters 61% 22% 2% 13% +39%
1,672 British voters 31% 49% 11% 10% –18%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 736 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 14% 26% N/A 60% –12%
284 Conservative voters 15% 26% N/A 59% –11%
1,865 British voters 17% 32% N/A 51% –15%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 27% 49% N/A 24% –22%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 48% 34% 5% 13% +14%
1,755 British voters 26% 53% 11% 10% –27%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 49% 38% 9% 10% +11%
1,586 British voters 26% 55% 9% 10% –29%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 64% 31% 4% 1% +33%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 36% 53% N/A 11% –17%
1,072 British voters 25% 64% N/A 11% –39%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 28% 54% 10% 8% –26%
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 32% 58% N/A 10% –26%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 41% 48% 5% 6% –7%
579 2017 Conservative voters 43% 45% 4% 7% –2%
1,756 British voters 25% 58% 9% 9% –33%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 26% 52% 10% 12% –26%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 47% 48% 4% 1% –1%
20–27 Sep 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative Members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 56% 36% 6% 2% +20%

Amber Rudd

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 31% 38% N/A 31% –7%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 19% 46% 22% 14% –27%
579 2017 Conservative voters 17% 50% 20% 12% –33%
1,756 British voters 16% 42% 29% 12% –26%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 30% 38% N/A 32% –8%
1,072 British voters 19% 51% N/A 30% –32%

Michael Gove

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 32% 23% N/A 45% +9%
1,024 Scottish adults 16% 41% N/A 43% –25%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 50% 45% 1% 5% +5%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 25% 46% 14% 15% –21%
252 Conservative voters 37% 38% 21% 12% –1%
1,672 British voters 14% 53% 21% 12% –39%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 692 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 9% 21% N/A 70% –12%
262 Conservative voters 11% 14% N/A 75% –3%
1,865 British voters 5% 29% N/A 76% –24%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 12% 50% N/A 38% –38%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 24% 49% 13% 14% –25%
1,755 British voters 15% 53% 22% 13% –31%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 23% 49% 13% 14% –16%
1,586 British voters 12% 52% 24% 12% –40%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 47% 44% 5% 3% +3%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 26% 48% N/A 26% –22%
1,072 British voters 16% 56% N/A 28% –40%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 16% 47% 25% 15% –31%
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 30% 45% N/A 25% –15%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 28% 45% 15% 12% –17%
579 2017 Conservative voters 24% 48% 16% 12% –24%
1,756 British voters 14% 52% 23% 11% –38%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 13% 51% 24% 13% –38%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 52% 40% 6% 2% +12%

Dominic Raab

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 18% 22% N/A 60% –4%
1,024 Scottish adults 9% 36% N/A 55% –27%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 68% 21% 4% 7% +47%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 23% 23% 32% 21% Tie
252 Conservative voters 26% 21% 27% 25% +5%
1,672 British voters 13% 32% 39% 16% –19%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 589 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 8% 9% N/A 83% –1%
227 Conservative voters 9% 7% N/A 59% +2%
1,434 British voters 7% 23% N/A 70% –16%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 11% 39% N/A 50% –28%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 26% 20% 35% 17% +6%
1,755 British voters 14% 28% 44% 14% –14%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 23% 19% 50% 14% +4%
1,586 British voters 12% 26% 50% 14% –14%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 53% 27% 10% 10% +26%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 22% 29% N/A 47% –7%
1,072 British voters 13% 45% N/A 42% –32%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 10% 24% 50% 16% –14%
15–19 Mar 2019 Ipsos MORI 124 Conservative Party voters Satisfied/Dissatisfied[d] 20% 44% N/A 36% –24%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 20% 27% 38% 16% –7%
579 2017 Conservative voters 19% 27% 38% 17% –8%
1,756 British voters 11% 30% 46% 14% –19%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 12% 28% 43% 17% –16%

David Davis

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
15–19 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 1,756 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 16% 35% 35% 14% –19%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 26% 34% 24% 16% –8%
579 2017 Conservative voters 26% 32% 26% 16% –6%
1,756 British voters 16% 35% 46% 14% –19%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 19% 32% 35% 15% –13%

Jacob Rees-Mogg

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
15–19 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 1,756 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 19% 47% 25% 10% –28%
14–15 Mar 2019 YouGov/The Times 402 Conservative voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 27% 44% 19% 10% –14%
579 2017 Conservative voters 32% 40% 18% 10% –8%
1,756 British voters 19% 47% 25% 10% –28%
14–15 Nov 2018 YouGov/The Times 1,671 British voters Good leader/Bad leader[a] 25% 38% 26% 11% –13%

Andrea Leadsom

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 55% 34% 3% 8% +21%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 605 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 8% 13% N/A 79% –5%
221 Conservative voters 10% 8% N/A 72% +2%
1,467 British voters 6% 25% N/A 69% –19%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 30% 26% 40% 13% +4%
1,755 British voters 15% 31% 40% 13% –16%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 31% 25% 40% 14% +6%
1,586 British voters 16% 30% 40% 14% –14%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 13% 29% 42% 16% –16%

Matt Hancock

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 25% 44% 17% 15% –19%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 10% 25% 43% 23% +15%
252 Conservative voters 15% 29% 48% 18% –14%
1,672 British voters 6% 29% 48% 18% –16%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 589 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 3% 16% N/A 81% –13%
172 Conservative voters 7% 8% N/A 85% –1%
1,133 British voters 3% 21% N/A 76% –18%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 8% 17% 62% 13% –9%
1,755 British voters 6% 20% 64% 11% –14%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 7% 14% 63% 16% –7%
1,586 British voters 5% 16% 66% 14% –11%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 18% 35% 17% 30% –17%

Penny Mordaunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 9% 17% 56% 17% –8%
1,586 British voters 6% 19% 61% 14% –13%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 37% 28% 13% 21% +9%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 21% 28% N/A 51% –7%
1,072 British voters 11% 36% N/A 53% –25%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 30% 23% 17% 30% +7%

Rory Stewart

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 Jun 2019 Panelbase/The Sunday Times 248 Scottish Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister 33% 20% N/A 47% +13%
1,024 Scottish adults 21% 25% N/A 54% –4%
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 31% 50% 9% 10% –19%
9–10 Jun 2019 YouGov 552 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 16% 26% 38% 20% –10%
252 Conservative voters 21% 21% 43% 16% Tie
1,672 British voters 15% 25% 43% 16% –10%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 429 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 7% 21% N/A 72% –14%
163 Conservative voters 7% 12% N/A 81% –6%
1,132 British voters 7% 20% N/A 73% –13%
7–9 Jun 2019 ComRes 2,017 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[b] 9% 35% N/A 55% –26%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 12% 19% 57% 13% –7%
1,755 British voters 12% 17% 60% 12% –5%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 6% 13% 69% 12% –7%
YouGov 1,586 British voters 5% 14% 70% 12% –9%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members Good leader/Bad leader[a] 19% 38% 12% 30% –19%
10–14 May 2019 Ipsos MORI 222 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 17% 24% N/A 63% –7%
1,072 British voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[c] 11% 30% N/A 59% –19%

Kit Malthouse

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 3% 9% 75% 15% –6%
1,755 British voters 2% 13% 74% 11% –11%

Sam Gyimah

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 1% 17% 70% 12% –16%
1,755 British voters 3% 15% 71% 10% –12%

Esther McVey

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 45% 38% 7% 10% +7%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 546 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 8% 15% N/A 77% –8%
214 Conservative voters 10% 11% N/A 79% –1%
1,342 British voters 6% 27% N/A 77% –21%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 20% 26% 40% 14% –6%
1,755 British voters 10% 30% 46% 13% –20%

Mark Harper

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
11–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 892 Conservative members Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 14% 35% 33% 17% –21%
9 Jun 2019 Opinium 295 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 5% 13% N/A 72% –8%
118 Conservative voters 9% 10% N/A 81% –1%
793 British voters 5% 19% N/A 76% –14%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 3% 10% 76% 12% –7%
1,755 British voters 1% 12% 75% 11% –11%

James Cleverly

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Question
wording
Approve Disapprove Neither Don't know Net approval
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters Good Prime Minister/Bad Prime Minister[a] 6% 13% 67% 14% –7%
1,755 British voters 4% 16% 69% 11% –12%

Candidate comparison with Theresa May[edit]

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Better Prime Minister Worse Prime Minister Don't know Net approval
3–5 July 2019 Opinium 760 2017 Conservative voters 52% 25% 24% +27%
372 Conservative voters 52% 24% 26% +28%
2,002 British voters 31% 43% 26% –12%

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Better Prime Minister Worse Prime Minister Don't know Net approval
3–5 July 2019 Opinium 760 2017 Conservative voters 34% 16% 50% +18%
372 Conservative voters 39% 14% 47% +25%
2,002 British voters 25% 24% 51% +1%

Leadership capabilities in a general election[edit]

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 67% 13% 20% +54%
252 Conservative voters 75% 10% 15% +65%
1,672 British voters 47% 22% 32% +25%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 54% 22% 22% +32%
1,755 British voters 39% 31% 30% +8%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 56% 22% 22% +34%
1,586 British voters 37% 33% 30% +4%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 70% 19% 11% +51%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 32% 37% 31% –5%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 57% 29% 13% +28%
20–27 Jul 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative members 57% 29% 13% +28%

Michael Gove

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 18% 50% 32% –32%
252 Conservative voters 30% 42% 28% –12%
1,672 British voters 12% 48% 40% –36%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 19% 51% 30% –32%
1,755 British voters 16% 48% 36% –32%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 22% 45% 33% –23%
1,586 British voters 13% 47% 41% –34%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 32% 46% 22% –14%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 16% 44% 40% –28%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 42% 40% 17% +2%
20–27 Jul 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative members 42% 40% 18% +2%

Sajid Javid

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 20% 43% 37% –23%
252 Conservative voters 25% 37% 38% –12%
1,672 British voters 14% 41% 46% –27%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 18% 46% 36% –28%
1,755 British voters 15% 42% 43% –27%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 19% 43% 38% –24%
1,586 British voters 17% 36% 46% –19%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 39% 35% 26% +4%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 19% 32% 49% –13%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 61% 22% 17% +39%
20–27 Jul 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative members 61% 22% 17% +39%

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 24% 41% 36% –17%
252 Conservative voters 32% 29% 39% +3%
1,672 British voters 15% 40% 44% –25%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 19% 44% 36% –25%
1,755 British voters 13% 47% 41% –34%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 16% 43% 41% –27%
1,586 British voters 10% 44% 45% –34%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 29% 45% 26% –16%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 13% 42% 46% –29%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 28% 51% 21% –23%
20–27 Jul 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative members 28% 51% 21% –23%

Dominic Raab

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 13% 43% 45% –30%
252 Conservative voters 19% 38% 43% –19%
1,672 British voters 8% 41% 51% –33%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 16% 38% 46% –22%
1,755 British voters 12% 40% 49% –28%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 15% 33% 52% –18%
1,586 British voters 10% 33% 57% –23%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 42% 30% 29% +12%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 10% 33% 58% –23%

Andrea Leadsom

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 21% 36% 43% –15%
1,586 British voters 14% 35% 51% –21%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 28% 46% 27% –18%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 11% 36% 53% –25%

Rory Stewart

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 8% 50% 42% –42%
252 Conservative voters 10% 43% 47% –33%
1,672 British voters 8% 40% 52% –32%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 3% 37% 60% –34%
1,586 British voters 3% 33% 64% –30%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 14% 51% 34% –37%

Matt Hancock

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 4% 51% 45% –47%
252 Conservative voters 7% 45% 48% –38%
1,672 British voters 4% 44% 52% –40%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 4% 36% 60% –32%
1,586 British voters 3% 34% 63% –31%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 11% 46% 43% –35%

Penny Mordaunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Win Lose Don't know Net approval
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 8% 38% 54% –30%
1,586 British voters 6% 34% 60% –18%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 26% 36% 38% –12%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 26% 32% 43% –6%
20–27 Jul 2017 YouGov 966 Conservative members 26% 32% 43% –6%

Leadership capabilities in handling Brexit[edit]

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 51% 21% 20% 8% +31%
252 Conservative voters 52% 19% 21% 8% +31%
1,672 British voters 27% 40% 25% 8% –13%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 47% 26% 18% 8% +21%
1,755 British voters 26% 43% 24% 7% –17%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 44% 29% 18% 8% +15%
1,586 British voters 23% 43% 25% 9% –20%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 24% 43% 24% 9% –19%

Michael Gove

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 18% 38% 31% 13% –7%
252 Conservative voters 29% 27% 33% 11 +2%
1,672 British voters 9% 44% 34% 12% –35%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 18% 41% 28% 13% –23%
1,755 British voters 11% 44% 33% 12% –33%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 21% 36% 28% 14% –15%
1,586 British voters 10% 42% 34% 13% –32%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 13% 39% 35% 13% –26%

Sajid Javid

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 12% 34% 36% 17% –22%
252 Conservative voters 19% 27% 40% 14% –8%
1,672 British voters 9% 35% 41% 15% –26%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 14% 32% 38% 16% –18%
1,755 British voters 10% 35% 41% 14% –25%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 12% 31% 38% 19% –19%
1,586 British voters 8% 31% 41% 14% –23%

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 16% 37% 34% 13% –21%
252 Conservative voters 25% 25% 38% 12% Tie
1,672 British voters 10% 40% 37% 13% –30%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 14% 38% 35% 13% –24%
1,755 British voters 8% 43% 37% 13% –25%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 7% 38% 40% 15% –31%
1,586 British voters 7% 38% 40% 15% –31%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 7% 36% 41% 15% –29%

Dominic Raab

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 19% 26% 43% 13% –7%
252 Conservative voters 20% 20% 46% 13% Tie
1,672 British voters 10% 35% 44% 11% –25%
3–4 Jun 2019 YouGov 579 2017 Conservative voters 21% 22% 42% 15% –1%
1,755 British voters 11% 33% 44% 13% –22%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 17% 22% 44% 17% –5%
1,586 British voters 8% 30% 48% 14% –22%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 9% 28% 50% 13% –19%

Andrea Leadsom

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 24% 25% 37% 15% –1%
1,586 British voters 13% 31% 43% 14% –18%
25–26 Mar 2019 YouGov/Times RedBox 2,143 British voters 9% 29% 48% 14% –20%

Penny Mordaunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 6% 22% 55% 17% –16%
1,586 British voters 4% 26% 56% 14% –22%

Matt Hancock

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 5% 32% 50% 14% –27%
252 Conservative voters 6% 26% 53% 15% –20%
1,672 British voters 3% 34% 51% 13% –31%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 4% 19% 57% 18% –15%
1,586 British voters 2% 26% 57% 15% –24%

Rory Stewart

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Good Job Bad Job Neither Don't know Net approval
13–14 Jun 2019 YouGov 522 2017 Conservative voters 8% 34% 42% 15% –26%
252 Conservative voters 11% 27% 48% 14% –16%
1,672 British voters 9% 30% 48% 14% –21%
23–24 May 2019 YouGov 523 2017 Conservative voters 4% 18% 61% 17% –14%
1,586 British voters 3% 24% 59% 14% –21%

Leadership strength or weakness[edit]

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 69% 17% 7% 8% +52%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 57% 25% 11% 7% +32%

Michael Gove

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 46% 31% 13% 10% +15%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 55% 28% 11% 7% +27%

Sajid Javid

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 43% 23% 17% 16% +20%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 56% 17% 13% 14% +39%

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 31% 33% 20% 16% –2%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 29% 39% 18% 14% –10%

Rory Stewart

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 16% 33% 16% 35% –17%

Dominic Raab

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 47% 16% 16% 21% +31%

Matt Hancock

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 12% 32% 18% 39% –20%

Penny Mordaunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 31% 19% 17% 33% +12%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 21% 20% 15% 43% +1%

Andrea Leadsom

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Strong Weak Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 35% 31% 17% 17% +4%

Competence and incompetence[edit]

Boris Johnson

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net perceived competence
18–20 June 2019 Opinium 1,919 British adults 30% 47% N/A 23% –17%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 61% 25% 7% 8% +36%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 50% 31% 11% 8% +19%

Michael Gove

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 58% 25% 9% 8% +33%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 65% 19% 9% 8% +46%

Sajid Javid

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 57% 15% 14% 14% +42%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 69% 11% 9% 8% +58%

Jeremy Hunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
18–20 June 2019 Opinium 1,919 British adults 30% 36% N/A 34% –6%
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 50% 22% 14% 14% +28%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 48% 24% 15% 13% +24%

Dominic Raab

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 56% 12% 11% 20% +44%

Rory Stewart

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 27% 21% 16% 36% +6%

Penny Mordaunt

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 41% 11% 15% 33% +30%
5–8 Jul 2018 YouGov Conservative members 32% 12% 14% 41% +20%

Andrea Leadsom

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 48% 21% 14% 17% +27%

Matt Hancock

Date(s)
conducted
Polling organisation/client Sample size Competent Incompetent Neither Don't know Net approval
10–16 May 2019 YouGov 858 Conservative members 24% 17% 21% 38% +7%

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci These surveys used the YouGov question asking: "Thinking about who might become Conservative leader and Prime Minister were Theresa May to resign, do you think each of the following would make a good or bad leader?"
  2. ^ a b c d e f Cite error: The named reference ComRes-q was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Cite error: The named reference Ipsos2-q was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  4. ^ a b c d e f These surveys used the Ipsos question asking if a particular individual would be satisfactory as Conservative leader and Prime Minister.

References[edit]