The Tory party's lead has collapsed to just four percent - the lowest in six months - amid fury over a national insurance tax hike to fund social care reforms.
The data gave Johnson's government only 38 per cent support, down from 44 per cent the previous week. By comparison, Labour had gained three points for 34 per cent support.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
It comes as Johnson faces a Cabinet revolt over social care after Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng publicly dismissed the idea of funding social care reforms by hiking national insurance.
That would pay for a lifetime cap on the amount people contribute towards their care.
Boris Johnson's Tory party's lead has collapsed to just four percent - the lowest in six months - amid fury over a national insurance tax hike to fund social care reforms
The PM and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are believed to be on the verge of agreeing a 1p increase on NI contributions to raise up to £10billion a year
However, in a round of interviews on Thursday Mr Kwarteng pointed to the vow in the Tory manifesto that NI, income tax and VAT will not be increased during this Parliament.
'That's what it says in the manifesto, I don't see how we could increase national insurance,' he told Sky News.
'But you know things have been very flexible over the last