Tory voter confidence dives over Boris social care pledge amid bumper elections

Mark Battersby
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Confidence of Conservative voters aged 44 plus in Boris Johnson to produce a social care policy in this government's term in office has plummeted over the past year, halving from 43% to 22%, according to new research by retirement specialist Just Group. This comes ahead of UK polls today (6 May) for the biggest set of votes since the 2019 general election, and the Queen's Speech on Tuesday 11 May. This age group of Tory voters are now not confident that a policy will be produced in this government's parliamentary term with the proportion nearly tripling from 13% to 37% since last year...

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