British PM Boris Johnson may lose his seat in the next general election

British PM Boris Johnson may lose his seat in the next general election
In the next general election, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson may lose his seat by a majority. This has been revealed in a recent survey report. According to the survey, both the UK's Conservative and Labor major parties are not getting a majority in the elections. The survey showed that people in the country are very angry with Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the recently discovered corona virus and recently canceled plans to meet families over Christmas in parts of southern England. .

The poll conducted by election data company FocalData said that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could suffer losses in the next general elections due to Bregit negotiations and failure against the Corona virus. During the last four weeks in December, more than 22 thousand people were surveyed. According to which British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seen losing his popularity.

The survey said that the ruling Conservative party could lose 80 seats. In the event of general elections, the Conservative Party will win 284 seats and the opposition Labor Party will win 282 seats. At the same time, the Scotland National Party can be seen winning 57 of the 59 seats in Scotland. The Scottish National Party wants to separate from the rest of the United Kingdom. When this happens, the Scottish National Party can be seen in the role of King Maker in times to come.

The survey found that PM Boris Johnson is also losing his seat at Uxbridge, west of London. Johnson recorded a resounding win for the last time. But the government's response to the Corona epidemic may have hurt them, resulting in the loss of more than 74,000 lives and worsening of the economy.

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