Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Most (un)popular post-war PMs

Following his tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales, Tony Blair became the most popular prime minister ever recorded. His personal approval rating nudged above 90%, only to slump to 26% by the end of his Premiership. This made him both the most popular and least popular post-war Labour Prime Minister. At least, until Gordon Brown saw his ratings sink below 20%.

From Episode 5 of Andrew Marr's History Of Modern Britain

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