May Day: Theresa May announced today that she will be resigning as Conservative Leader and Prime Minister, stepping down as leader on 7 June

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67% of Britons say she was right to step down

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16% say she was wrong to resign

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71% of Tory voters and 72% of Labour voters say she was right to step down

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May Day 2: When asked how Theresa May has been as Prime Minister, three in ten (31%) say she was a terrible PM

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19% think she was poor, while 24% think she was average

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17% say she was a good Prime Minister, while 2% say she was great

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38% of Conservative voters say she has been poor or terrible, compared to 32% who said she was great or good

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28% of Tories say she was an average Prime Minister

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May Day 3: Nearly half (46%) of Brits say the new Prime Minister should call an early General Election

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A third (34%) say they should serve out the term until 2022

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Three quarters (75%) of Labour voters say the new PM should call a General Election, compared to 14% who think they should serve out the rest of the term

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A majority of Conservatives (64%) think the new PM should not call an early election, while 21% think they should

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Friday, 24 May

Snap poll: 67% say May was right to resign; 31% said she was a terrible PM; and 46% think there should be a General Election

May Day: Theresa May announced today that she will be resigning as Conservative Leader and Prime Minister, stepping down as leader on 7 June

67% of Britons say she was right to step down

16% say she was wrong to resign

71% of Tory voters and 72% of Labour voters say she was right to step down

May Day 2: When asked how Theresa May has been as Prime Minister, three in ten (31%) say she was a terrible PM

19% think she was poor, while 24% think she was average

17% say she was a good Prime Minister, while 2% say she was great

38% of Conservative voters say she has been poor or terrible, compared to 32% who said she was great or good

28% of Tories say she was an average Prime Minister

May Day 3: Nearly half (46%) of Brits say the new Prime Minister should call an early General Election

A third (34%) say they should serve out the term until 2022

Three quarters (75%) of Labour voters say the new PM should call a General Election, compared to 14% who think they should serve out the rest of the term

A majority of Conservatives (64%) think the new PM should not call an early election, while 21% think they should

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