Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Labour lead opinion polls are a load of rubbish.

I have come to the conclusion that the opinion polls that have been published over the last three months are a total and utter load of codswallop. I don't know of anyone who is not annoyed in some way or other with Gordon Brown. If you don't believe me go to the BBC News site and have a look at the Have your say section on Gordon's speech. I only got as far as reading the first 15 comments, but every single one was exceedingly critical of Brown's speech and his governance. I've got no idea who is being polled, but I doubt very much that the people selected are a accurate cross section of public opinion. The BBC News site is far from being pro-Tory and from reading the comments it is abundantly clear that Brown is far from popular.

I hope that Gordon will call an early election. He will lose, and lose badly.


Elliott said...

Makes for good wish fulfilment for the leftist media though.

Favourite comment from the BBC website you link to:

"That speech was not designed to inspire the labour party delegates,it was designed to tell the country what a great and patriotic bloke he is.
He must think we came up the river on a banana boat."

Daily Referendum said...

I couldn't find one pro-Gordon comment when I looked. I'd be very interested to see the next set of polls, assuming they are accurate.