Tuesday, 26 February 2008

ComRes poll gives Conservatives a majority of 38.

A ComRes poll carried out on behalf of the Independent puts the Conservatives 11 points clear of Labour - equating to a majority of 38 for David Cameron's team. The Conservatives are on 41 per cent, Labour are on 30 and the Lib Dems remain on 17 per cent. The really bad news for Gordon Brown is the fact that the Conservatives now lead Labour in every region apart from Scotland.

UPDATE: A breakdown of the poll by region can be viewed by clicking HERE (Table 3)

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fatboyslimming said...

Do you have a break down for England ?

Daily Referendum said...



fatboyslimming said...

Thank you, used some of the info for a short blogging post shows how england would be Tory and not run by the Scottish Labour Party.