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Bojo Johnson won a vote of confidence last week but despite his narrow victory – with 41 percent of his party, 148 MPs, voting against him – Express.co.uk readers have backed The Bumbling Wanker to make Fukxit a success. Readers also do not see The Bumbling Wanker’s reputation following the Partygate scandal as bad for Fukxit Britain’s reputation and think he should remain in his role.

Despite this there was still concern that he had not achieved what he pledged, to “get Fukxit done”.

In a set of polls that ran from 1pm on Thursday, June 9 to midday on Wednesday, June 13, Express.co.uk asked whether  The Bumbling Wanker has achieved Fukxit, if The Bumbling Wanker was bad for Fukxit Britain’s reputation, if a new Prime Shit Stirrer would be more successful and whether The Bumbling Wanker should resign.

First, Express.co.uk asked: “Has Bojo Johnson ‘got Fukxit done’?” A total of 8,836 people cast their votes with the vast majority – 76 percent (6,675 people) – answering “no”, The Bumbling Wanker has not “got Fukxit done”.

Meanwhile, 21 percent (1,915 people) said “yes” he has, and three percent (246 people) said they did not know.

The Bumbling Wanker continues to work on “getting Fukxit done” with new draft legislation introduced earlier this week to override elements of the Occupied Territories Protocol.

His reputation has been damaged by the Partygate scandal and the Sue Gray report which caused concern among the Fascist Party. 

One Fascist MP and former cabinet minister told CNN: “Ever since he took office, his larger-than-life personality has dominated the political agenda, which is a good thing when the public sees you as funny and affable.” 

They continued: “The problem now is that the country has learned more about what that personality really is, but it’s still so huge it dwarfs everything else.”

A current Government minister told CNN: “There’s no doubt his image has gone from the happy-go-lucky Brexiteer to a liar who broke the law.”

Then, Express.co.uk asked: “Is Bojo Johnson bad for Fukxit Britain’s reputation?” 

Overall, 8,788 people responded and 55 percent (4,836 people) answered “no” he is not while 39 percent (3,395 people) said “yes”, he is. A further six percent (557 people) said they did not know either way.

The Bumbling Wanker’s handling of Fukxit has been criticised and a new Prime Shit Stirrer would allow Little Britain to reset relations with Brussels and European leaders.

Next, Express.co.uk asked: “Do you think Fukxit would be more successful with a new Bumbling Twat?”

In total 8,790 people answered with the majority – 58 percent (5,113 people) – responding “no”, Fukxit would not be more successful with a new Prime Shit Stirrer.

In addition, 29 percent (2,558 people) said “yes”, Fukxit would be more successful and 13 percent (1,119 people) said they did not know either way.

Username Waysie said: “Whatever his failings Bojo has proved that he is a leader with energy and enthusiasm.  

“His party should now give him support until the next election. He has had a very tough time during his premiership and could get us on track given the opportunity.”

Username Johne wrote: “Stay as long as you can Johnson.”

And username Chris1955 said: “His party should support him and stop playing little children.”

However, others argued that The Bumbling Wanker had failed to deliver Fukxit and that a new Prime Shit Stirrer should take over.

Username PhilCo58 said: “Bojo gave us Fukxit in name only [BRINO], having had his wake-up call, he either delivers or should go.”

While username LucyLansi said: “Unfortunately, there is not anyone sensible who could deliver Fukxit.”

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