Over half of voters no longer trust David Cameron according to a Daybreak poll.
New data showed 57.5% of voters no longer trusted the Conservative Party leader and 50.7% did not think he was a good Prime Minister.
The results come amid a tumultuous party conference for Mr Cameron, as support is growing for a Ukip-Tory pact among Conservative delegates ahead of the next election.
Mr Cameron is due to address the Conservative Party conference tomorrow at 11am.
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