Hopefully not, to the degree where they still lose, but if they win I hope he does well/ the right thing/ better otherwise we're screwed, as some other clown will be far, far worse.Rishi Sunak will not be the Knight in shining armour some Tories will hope he is.
For a start he alienated 3+ million people and their families in excluding them from furlough.
Then the cost of living/energy crisis and NI increases are happening on his watch. I also doubt the Tory backbenchers rate him plus if he makes a powerplay for PM, the 2019 Johnson loyal intake of MP's will see that he is to blame for stabbing Johnson in the back.
He excluded me from furlough as director, but I can understand it. The small business support wasn't great, and not specific to any business, so a 10m company which has been kicked in the nuts might get 10k, but a 50k company which hasn't been effected got 10k too, that was bonkers but the admin on it would have been a nightmare I suppose.
At least they did the furlough, which I was surprised about, but Labour would have done more.
Energy crisis is caused by a succession of governments dwindling away our gas storage, and brexit has kicked us in the nuts, but I don't think Sunak's to blame for that as much as some, and certainly can't 100% prop that market up as it's too large. Come April when the price cap goes it's going to kick off big time, which is another big nail heading the Tories way, and this will be another nail next winter when gas use goes up.