I work in a factory where most people are tribal labour, there was a palpable feeling of triumph like when your team has had a good result yesterday. Voting tory was not difficult for most of them and the state of labour made it even easier for them. I remember similar feelings back in the early 80's...working people had no problem with voting tory then either. It is all down to Boris and his team which is so far superior to anything labour could cobble together that the boxing board of control wouldn't sanction the fight, their only effective enemy at the moment is the BBC.I work in an industry where people typically tend to vote labour - it was telling yesterday, when colleagues who disclosed voting for labour, said they did so despite Corbyn.
Whilst colleagues working at other institutions in places where there are nationalist parties such SNP, PC etc, said they were thankful they had the opportunity to vote for someone other than the English main three. One even said he was tempted to draw a huge cock on his ballot, but instead voted for the nationalist party just because they are actually quiet good on local issues.
Edited to correct typo.