The Tories’ bad summer keeps getting worse.

According to a new poll, the Conservative Party has become unpopular even among readers of the Telegraph, an outlet that has endorsed the Tories in every election since 1945. Just 20% of Telegraph readers said that they’d vote Conservative, trailing both Labour (36%) and Reform UK (26%).

Labour was the most popular party for all newspaper readers, although it performed worst among Telegraph readers. It’s far from an indication of Leftward drift among the Torygraph crowd, however — its audience was the most likely to support Reform compared to devotees of other outlets. Reformograph just doesn’t have the same ring to it.