CONSERVATIVES 39% (-2)
LABOUR 35% (-1)
LIB DEMS 15% (+4)
The big change, clearly, is the Lib Dem total and reflects, surely, sampling issues.
But the Tories won’t be please that another survey has them below 40% while Labour might be a tad concerned that, in spite of all the recent hype, they have not made any progress.
Brown is surely going to be a touch more cautious that Labour’s momentum appears to have faltered a bit. As well as the Tories dropping Labour needs to be advancing. Back in mid November MORI had the party at 37%.
If anything this will take a bit of steam out of the “general election now” calls.