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Those who approve of the Labour leader's performance include more than one in four Conservative voters.
We don't know the effects the coronavirus will have on the wider economy, so we can't know what scaling back government support will have.
The majority of parents believe it will not be safe to send their children back on 1 June.
The government have announced that groups will be able to meet outside, but is this too soon and will it really help the economy?
Polling for the New Statesman reveals a high degree of public consensus over coverage of Boris Johnson's chief adviser.
Even after the lockdown is ended, anti-viral measures will hinder living standards.
Approval ratings tend to be a more useful indicator than voting intention, but there are some positives for the Conservatives in the figures so far.
Can ministers ease the lockdown without a new spike in infections?
The new Labour leader has established control over almost every aspect of the party, as this new appointment proves.
There are four factions calling on Boris Johnson to sack his chief strategic adviser – but some are more worrying than others.