Lincolnshire People Refuse To Vote For Conservative MPs

Lincolnshire voters have no faith in Boris Johnson and could refuse to vote for a Conservative MP at the next General Election

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  • At the next General Election Lincolnshire could have no Conservative MPs


For the past two days we have been asking our readers in Greater Lincolnshire if they still have faith in Boris Johnson over his handling of COVID and his repeated denial of the alleged party taking place. The results were not surprising.

Our team of reporters have been on the streets of Grimsby, Skegness, Boston, Grantham, Gainsborough, and Louth to see if people still had faith in Boris Johnson. The overall majority said no.

Not only did we find that the people of Lincolnshire who we spoke to have no faith in Boris Johnson, they also have no faith in the Conservative MPs they voted for.

We asked our readers if there was a General Election tomorrow if they would vote for a Conservative Government and 8 out of 10 people said no.

Not only did those who we spoke to said they would not want Boris Johnson as their next Prime Minister, they said they would not want their current Conservative MP to represent them after the next General Election.

The anger of those living in Lincolnshire does not only boil down to how Boris Johnson has handled the COVID pandemic, but also his and some of his MPs and team floating COVID rules.

With Boris Johnson continuing to deny a party took place, the people in Lincolnshire are fed up with the Tory party making rules and then seeing them break them.

Many of those we spoke to said their MP had no backbone. They were disgusted that their MP has not come out and demand a police investigation and have not publicly come out and say they have no faith in their party leader.

If the people living in Lincolnshire continue to feel disgusted by the Conservative Party, then the next General Election could cause a huge shock in Lincolnshire.

The only positive news for Conservative MPs in Lincolnshire is 6 out of 10 people said they were concerned with the current leader of the Labour party becoming Prime Minister.