Half of UK Labour members don't have an opinion on Drakeford


Mark Drakeford (Image: Getty Images). Senedd (Image: Gwalia).

An opinion poll carried out by YouGov between the 17th and 24th March has revealed that 50% of Labour's current members across the United Kingdom don't know what they think of First Minister Mark Drakeford.


The poll asked 1,073 members of the Labour Party if they have a favourable or unfavourable opinion of five prominent Labour politicians: Keir Starmer, Lisa Nandy, Anneliese Dodds, Mark Drakeford, and Nick Thomas-Symonds.


The poll found that four in ten of those asked have a very or somewhat favourable opinion of Drakeford, while only 11% have a very or somewhat unfavourable opinion of him.


The poll also found that half of those asked did not have an opinion on him at all.


The YouGov poll also found that two thirds (67%) of those asked do not know what they think of Torfaen MP Nick Thomas-Symonds, despite his status as Shadow Home Secretary.

Source: YouGov

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