Rishi Sunak faces a backlash from Tory homeowners over his net zero plans, with three-quarters opposing the bans on gas boilers and petrol cars.
Polling shows the Prime Minister’s green policies are deeply unpopular with many of the voters who propelled the Conservatives to victory in 2019.
The findings spurred fresh calls from Tory MPs for him to scrap the controversial climate measures amid warnings they will heap extra cost on families.
A survey for the Better Homes Alliance also found that a large number of homeowners are reluctant to make the switch to heat pumps and electrical cars.
Only 33 per cent of all homeowners supported plans for a complete phase out of gas boilers, while 55 per cent opposed a deadline.
About a third backed the proposed a ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2035 while 56 per cent were against it.