Rishi Sunak’s popularity among Tory grassroots movements is soaring after migration and Brexit deals

Rishi Sunak has surged in popularity among Tory members, according to a new survey of Conservative Party constituencies.

The Prime Minister has jumped from sixth from bottom to sixth from top in the latest Conservative Home Cabinet rankings.

At the end of February, Mr. Sunak had a net satisfaction score of just plus 7.4, but in today’s ranking he has risen to plus 43.7.

The turnaround in the Prime Minister’s fortunes came in a month in which he made progress on a number of issues that appear to have boosted him in the eyes of Tory rank and file.

Mr Sunak announced and passed his Windsor Framework Brexit deal, unveiled the Illegal Migration Bill to address the crisis in migrants crossing the Channel and took the next step forward in the AUKUS submarine pact.

Ben Wallace, Kemi Badenoch, James Cleverly, Suella Braverman and Penny Mordaunt occupy the spots above the prime minister. Therese Coffey, the environment minister, is at the bottom of the table with a score of minus 2.3.

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