HAMILTON, Bermuda, Sept. 23, CMC - Deputy leader of the main opposition One Bermuda Alliance (OBA), Michael Dunkley has increased his lead over fellow politicians in favourability ratings, according to a new opinion poll published in Saturday's Royal Gazette newspaper.
Forty-seven per cent of voters say they have a favourable impression of the Dunkley, a senator . This represents a seven-point rise since May.
That puts Dunkley, a former MP who led the United Bermuda Party (UBP) in 2007, well ahead of Opposition Leader Craig Cannonier, a political newcomer who recorded a 35 per cent rating, and Premier and Finance Minister Paula Cox at 31 per cent.
While the percentage of voters who have a favourable impression of Cox remains relatively, the proportion of voters who view her unfavourably has increased from 35 per cent in May to 41 per cent.
(Details in Full News section)