LGBT voters said that it had been better to be ruled by Cameron

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 12: Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during the final session at the international anti-corruption summit on May 12, 2016 in London, England. Leaders from many of the worlds nations are gathering in London for the summit, which is aimed at stepping up action to tackle the problem of corruption. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

According to the poll provided by a famous British LGBT news platform almost 90% of LGBT voters would prefer the former PM to the current one, because they consider Theresa May less LGBT supportive. Cameron resigned in the hours following the EU referendum result, in which the UK voted to leave, while he had voted to remain. Theresa May who took the leading post later announced the general election campaign around her leadership. And as we reported yesterday, Mrs May’s Conservative Party is the second from the bottom in the list of the most reliable British political parties for LGBT. Only UKIP leader Paul Nutall, whose party has typically opposed same-sex marriage, was ranked as more unpopular. The poll also found that almost one-third of LGBT people say they fear the UK will get less safe during the next parliament. 31% said they fear things will get worse, while 25% believed the UK will get more safe in the next five years. 37% said they expect no change for LGBT people.


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