May, also known as Margaret Thatcher #2, campaigned to remain within the European Union — whereas Michael Gove, also known as Brutus, helped his old chum Boris Johnson lead the Leave campaign.
According to a YouGov poll, May is more popular than Gove among both Remain and Leave voters, with 64 percent of Leavers having a favorable opinion of May — compared to 51 percent who view Gove in a favorable fashion.
Rather unsurprisingly, only five percent of Remainers think Gove is okay — 49 percent of them actually like Theresa May more.
As for the other three, you may or may not have heard of them.
Andrea Leadsom, who looks a bit like Christine Hamilton, wife of former Tory MP Neil Hamilton, is third in the popularity stakes.
Leadsom says she's run her own business, is good at negotiating and still wants to leave the EU, blah blah.
Liam Fox, former defense secretary — who you may remember was forced to resign after he allowed his mate Adam Werrity to attend meetings at the Ministry of Defense without security clearance — is fourth in line when it comes to public opinion on the Tory leadership contest, according to YouGov.
Liam fox, Murdoch and Farage, breaking bread here. pic.twitter.com/wxY5mZquBb— lily (@lilyallen) July 3, 2016
A 2011 investigation into Fox by the then-cabinet secretary, found Fox had shown a lack of judgement.
Will Adam Werrity be deputy prime minister if Liam Fox is elected?— Patrick Quinn (@baddogOTM) July 4, 2016
And last — and probably least, is Stephen Crabb, who only got the job as work and pensions secretary because Iain Duncan Smith resigned. Crabb also thinks just because he grew up in a council estate in Wales he has what it takes to become Tory leader.
Hi! Im Stephen Crabb and I'm from a Council Estate so I'm just like you… Honest I really am Just like you #ToryLies— Michael Dyfed-Evans (@Miguel181070) June 30, 2016
The race for the Tory top-spot is on in the first leadership challenge for 11 years.