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Snap polling from SavantaComRes finds that over 50% of respondents, and one-third of Conservative party voters, believe that Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign following revelations about a Christmas party held last year at Downing Street during COVID-19 lockdown.

  • 'Should Boris Johnson resign for No.10 Christmas Party last year?': Over half say Johnson should resign (54%).
    A third of Conservative voters also say this (33%). 1,036 UK adults, 8 Dec
  • 'To what extent has the gov't let the public down by allegedly breaking COVID-19 guidelines for a Christmas party in 2020?': Over eight in ten (83%) say govt has let the public down over No.10 Xmas party. This includes three-quarters of Conservative voters (77%). 1,036 UK adults, 8 Dec
  • 'Does the story of the Christmas party make you more or less likely to follow COVID-19 rules?': Three in ten say they are less likely to follow Covid rules as a result (29%). This rises to a third of Labour voters (33%) and those aged 18-34 (33%) who say the same. Over half say they are just as likely to follow the rules (54%). 1,036 UK adults, 8 Dec
  • The gov't is expected to announce a move to its 'Plan B' restrictions later today due to the spread of the Omicron variant. Likely to focus on vaccine passports at large events, work from home guidance, and enhanced mask wearing.