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PM favorite Johnson must broaden appeal to win any UK election: pollster

Reuters Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Boris Johnson, frontrunner to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, cannot win a general election without broadening his appeal to floating voters who instinctively distrust him, Conservative polling specialist Robert Hayward said on Wednesday.
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Conservative polling specialist Robert Hayward said on Wednesday Boris Johnson, cannot win a general election without broadening his appeal to floating voters who instinctively distrust him,. Johnson is a frontrunner to replace Prime Minister Theresa May.

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