SUPPORT for the Conservatives has been decimated in the so-called "Red Wall" during Boris Johnson's scandal-plagued premiership, according to a new poll. 

The Tories are facing a wipeout in the northern English seats they dramatically claimed from Labour in the 2019 election. 

They are set to lose all but three of the 45 "Red Wall" seats, a tracker carried out by JL Partners on behalf of Channel 4 News has found.

Asked if there was a general election tomorrow, just 27% of voters said they would back the Tories compared with 36% of voters who said they would vote for Labour. 

Some 40% of those surveyed felt the Prime Minister was doing "very badly" and the majority - 65% - said he was performing poorly.

Given the choice between Keir Starmer and Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, 35% wanted the Tory leader whereas 37% backed Starmer. 

Many commentators have suggested the Prime Minster's success in Leave-voting areas that traditionally returned Labour MPs - such as Tony Blair's former Sedgefield seat and Dennis Skinner's longtime Bolsover sea - was because of his pledge to "get Brexit done".

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The survey asked 500 in the following seats a number of questions about politics to determine attitudes in former Labour strongholds.

The seats

  • Ashfield 
  • Barrow and Furness 
  • Bassetlaw
  • Birmingham, Northfield 
  • Bishop Auckland
  • Blackpool South
  • Blyth Valley
  • Bolsover
  • Bolton North East
  • Burnley 
  • Bury North 
  • Bury South 
  • Colne Valley
  • Crewe and Nantwich
  • Darlington
  • Delyn 
  • Derby North 
  • Dewsbury 
  • Don Valley 
  • Dudley North 
  • Gedling 
  • Great Grimsby 
  • Heywood and Middleton 
  • High Peak 
  • Hyndburn
  • Keighley
  • Leigh 
  • Lincoln 
  • Newcastle-Under-Lyme 
  • North West Durham 
  • Penistone and Stocksbridge
  • Redcar 
  • Rother Valley 
  • Scunthorpe 
  • Sedgefield 
  • Stockton South 
  • Stoke-On-Trent Central 
  • Stoke-On-Trent North
  • Wakefield 
  • Warrington South 
  • West Bromwich East 
  • West Bromwich West 
  • Wolverhampton North East 
  • Wolverhampton South West 
  • Workington