As the United Kingdom marks a year since the Brexit referendum, some key Leave campaigners have seen their popularity levels drop to record lows. YouGov has kept track of politicians' favourability for years, finding that over the past 12 months, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Michael Gove have experienced a serious falling out with the public. Between June 2016 and June 2017, the share of people saying they dislike or really dislike Johnson has gone from 40 to 53 percent. Farage has seen his image slide 19 percentage points while 83 percent of the public now dislike Gove. Read more in the Independent.
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