Saturday, 12 January 2008
YouGov Poll puts Conservatives ten points ahead of Labour.
A YouGov survey for The Sunday Times puts the Conservatives on 43%, and Labour on 33%. The Lib Dems under Nick Clegg are on 14%.
Also an ICM survey for The Sunday Telegraph puts the Conservatives on 40%, Labour on 33% and the Lib Dems on 18%.
If we take the average of the three Polls published today - Mori Ipsos, YouGov and ICM, we see that the Conservatives are on 41.7%, Labour are on 32.7% and the Lib Dems are on 15.7%. So I think we can say that the Conservatives seem to be holding a steady nine to ten point lead over Labour, and the Lib Dems are treading water despite Nick Clegg taking over. Good news for the Conservatives - bad news for the others.