About two-thirds (62%) of British adults say Boris Johnson should resign as Prime Minister, according to a Survation poll released Wednesday.
It’s the third poll in the past two weeks to find that result, following a Savanta ComRes poll released on Jan. 11 (66%) and an Opinium survey released on Jan. 15 (63%).
Survation interviewed 1,117 UK adults online on Jan. 25, the day that the London Metropolitan Police announced they were investigating gatherings at Johnson’s Downing Street office.
The survey found three out of 10 respondents (29%) said he should not resign.
The margin of error on the poll is plus or minus 3 percentage points.