Monday, 20 April 2009

Polls promise uneasy summer for Labour

The new Guardian/ICM poll gives the Tories a ten point lead over Labour as the party best placed to run the economy.

The figures show, however, that Labour's support has not dipped from 30% while the Tories have lost two points.

I guess it stands testament to the problems the Government has experienced when one can consider being ten points behind a plus of sorts.



It'll be interesting to see if Alistair Darling can do anything to change things on Wednesday.

1 comment:

BigBossMan said...

Interesting that "other" parties made the biggest gains. Dissillusionment with the big three rife.

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