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Yet another opinion poll

ICM's poll gives the current figures as Conservative 40, Labour 34 and LD 17. This translates into 308/297/16 on Baxter. Quite the squeeze on the Lib Dems. I wonder if they are panicking yet, and whether Kennedy is tempted to do an Alex Salmond...

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Blogger Rigger Mortice said... 9:26 am

I'm with Norman Tebbit on DC,I want to know what we will do with victory if we win.

Bromley + C is a warning not to forget people like us.I fear this poll lead is aminly down to how inept the govt are and it's a mistake to think it's DC shining.

C,what d'you mean with the bit about Salmond?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 11:38 am

I can sympathise with the Chingford Strangler, but there is a strong argument for keeping the talk on policy light while Cameron builds up good will in the country.

Re Salmond - I was thinking that Kennedy might be tempted to make a comeback as leader.  



Anonymous rigger mortice said... 11:53 am

he was the best thing they had-kennedy-everything top everyone disinclined to vote tory or lab.
great news but it will eb interesting to see where the old LD voters go-or not-they may stay at home.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 12:44 pm

They do seem a bit 'rabbit in the headlights' at the moment, although their ability to fight impressive election campaigns on shoestring should never be underestimated.  



Anonymous ajh said... 5:16 pm

If I was Ming, I wouldnt worry about the final number of seats (which he claims to be concentrating on increasing in 2009/10).

I'd be waiting to be offered Foreign Sec by both GB and DC when he holds the balance of power.

I cant magine Charlie or Paddy before him would be so popular or capable in such a position.  



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