Saturday, October 27, 2007

Labour holds one point lead...

Labour holds a one-point lead over the Tories according to an opinion poll in tomorrow's Observer.

The Ipsos MORI poll puts Labour on 41%, Conservatives on 40% and the LibDems on 13%.

The findings show David Cameron's party closing the gap since the last Ipsos MORI poll for The Observer, which put Labour on 41%, the Tories on 34% and the Lib Dems on 16%.

3 comments:

Geoffrey Brooking said...

tORY EIGHT POINT LEAD SOMEWHERE TODAY pHIL.

fairdealphil said...

geoffrey:

yes, saw the eight point lead in one poll...under thatcher/major, i seem to remember going into general election after general election with labour double-digits ahead in the polls - and still getting a big kick in the ballots.

first real test will no doubt be the local elections next May...?

Geoffrey Brooking said...

AGREE!