Exclusive ComRes poll analysis from Andrew Hawkins

People do not want another five years of Gordon Brown but feel no enthusiasm for the Conservative Party, according to a ComRes poll for The Independent.

The Tories have a seven-point lead, up two points on last month. They are on   37 per cent (no change on last  month), Labour on 30 per cent (down two points), the Liberal Democrats on 20 per cent (up one point) and other parties on 13 per cent (up one).  These figures would leave David Cameron 31 seats short of an overall majority in a hung parliament.

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2 Responses to Exclusive ComRes poll analysis from Andrew Hawkins

  1. Keynesianism says:

    The problem is that recalcitrant parties are refusing to divulge policies to give the electorate a clear choice. Ed Balls on the Andrew Marr show was typical; he never answered a single question. The conservatives are just as bad, there will be cuts, deeper cuts than labour, whose cuts will be deeper than Thatcher's, but nobody knows where! How can you vote for that?

  2. Terry says:

    Conservativescould offer to cut back on defense projects such as the Trident missile renewal – £97 billion would go a long way in NHS and education and all public services

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