Almost half of Brits supported the resignation may, the survey showed

© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity in photobacteria Minister Theresa may comes out of the official residence in Downing street. 9 Jun 2017Almost half of Brits supported the resignation may, the survey showed© RIA Novosti / Alex Monotonicity the image Bank

Almost half of Britons believes that the Prime Minister Theresa may should resign, among the candidates for the post of its leader, foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, according to the YouGov survey, conducted for the publication by the Sunday Times.

According to the survey, 48% of UK citizens voted that Mei left his office. Supported the acting Prime Minister, 38% of respondents.

Among the possible candidates to replace the lead Mae Johnson, 24% of respondents believe that it will be a good Prime Minister. It is noteworthy that while 52% consider the candidacy of the Minister a bad option, but compared to other politicians, his rating is the highest.

The conservatives got in early parliamentary elections of June 8, only 318 seats — 12 less than they had in the previous Parliament, and 8 less than needed for an absolute majority. As a result the elections, which the Prime Minister Theresa may initiated to strengthen the position of the party and your personally turned a «hung Parliament» and the necessity of forming a coalition, and the Prime Minister is now fighting for the preservation of the post.

Currently, Mei is engaged in the formation of the government, in parallel with negotiations on agreement with the Democratic unionist party of Northern Ireland (DUP), which won the election with 10 seats.

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