Working class voters turning away from Tory party as cost of living crisis mounts, new report warns

The Yorkshire Post published coverage of the recent CPS report ‘The New Majority’ which maps the Conservative Party’s “fracturing” electoral coalition. The report, which features polling from Public First and written by the founding partner James Frayne, found that lower-income Tory voters are “seething” at the perceived failure to support them as the cost of living rises.

The article goes on to quote CPS Director Robert Colvile, saying “Conservative voters want to see the economy work for ordinary families. They understand the case for tax cuts, particularly to help them through this crisis, and want a government that focuses on and delivers on their priorities.”

Read the article here.

Date Added: Monday 5th September 2022