New YouGov polling puts support for the Conservatives among 18-24-year-olds at just one per cent.
The latest voting intention survey puts Labour on 45 per cent of the vote nationally among all age brackets, with the Tories falling back to 24 per cent.
Ahead of the party’s conference in Manchester, the prime minister has rowed back on climate commitments in the 2019 manifesto and signalled HS2 may no longer reach the North West, having already ditched the Leeds leg.
The PM has also greenlighted the Rosebank oil field in a move that has been described by Caroline Lucas as “the greatest act of environmental vandalism” in her lifetime.
A YouGov poll suggests that this has decimated the Conservative vote share among young people, with just 1 per cent of those aged 18-24 saying they will vote Tory next time out.
Those aged 25-49 are similarly put off by the cut of Sunak’s jib.
Only 12 per cent in this age bracket intend to vote Tory, compared to 58 per cent who will vote Labour and 11 per cent who will vote Green.