ABLP polling shows UPP losing support, PM Browne says

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The UPP faces a popularity decline a year post-2023 elections, despite prior gains in the House.

Recent polling shows former UPP voters expressing regrets. PM Gaston Browne finds this shift noteworthy, questioning the party’s previous appeal despite House gains from one to six members.

Pollsters attribute the UPP’s challenges to various issues like high living costs, fuel prices, water shortages, and road conditions, which favored the ABLP.

Browne notes the UPP’s attendance and debate participation issues, impacting voter support. He aims to address concerns by improving water and road infrastructure to regain public trust in Antigua and Barbuda.

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