Monday, 9 February 2009

Times populus poll puts Labour 14 points behind the Tories.

The latest Times populus poll puts Labour 14 points behind the Tories. It is also less favourable to the Lib Dems than yesterday's ICM poll.

From the Times:
David Cameron has opened up a sizeable lead over Mr Brown as the best Prime Minister to handle the recession and to lead Britain forward after the next election. In November Mr Brown was ahead of Mr Cameron by 52 to 32 per cent as the right leader to deal with the British economy in recession. They were level pegging last month but Mr Cameron is ahead by 41 to 32 per cent.

Mr Cameron has widened his margin as the right leader to take Britain forward after the next election from 42 to 35 per cent in November, and 43 to 31 per cent in January, to 45 to 28 per cent now.

1 comment:

Sean Lynch said...

I've got four bottles of champagne that I've had since I got married in 1995.
The day this labour regime ends, I intend to pop the corks one after the other and get seriously slewed and the sight of David Cameron on the steps of no.10 with his vivacious wife will be the icing on the cake.
the only cure for the malaise and terminal sickness or country is inflicted with is to remove this useless dictatorship and the cretin we have had foisted upon us by the ignorant unwashed labour party