|18-20 June||ICM / The Guardian||39||31||21|
|18-20 June||Ipsos MORI/Reuter||39||31||19|
|17-18 June||YouGov / Sunday Times||39||34||19|
|16-17 June||ComRes / Indy on Sunday||36||30||23|
|10-11 June||YouGov / Sunday Times||40||32||18|
|10-11 June||BPIX (YouGov) / Mail on Sunday||39||32||19|
|28-31 May||ComRes / The Independent||37||33||21|
|21-23 May||ICM / The Guardian||39||32||21|
|20-21 May||YouGov / Sunday Times||39||32||21|
|13-14 May||YouGov / Sunday Times||37||34||21|
|12-13 May||ICMÂ / Sunday Telegraph||38||33||21|
|12-13 May||ComRes / Indy on Sunday||38||34||21|
|General Election GB figures||37||29.7||23.6|
Two new telephone polls carried out over the weekend have just been published and the voting intention numbers are broadly in the same region.
The MORI poll for Reuters is its first public political poll since the election while the ICM survey for the Guardian is the third from the firm.
The only change with the latter is a one point drop for Labour who are polling one point above their general election level.
For the Lib Dems who have taken a bettering in recent days the fact that they are holding onto their 21% share with ICM will come as something as a relief.
The Huhne story became public bang in the middle of the fieldwork and, of course, all the polling took place after last week’s cuts announcement by the party’s Danny Alexander.
The party, though, in both polls tonight is down on its general election share which possibly reflects that for some supporters at least this was a move too far.
UPDATE – New YouGov poll: The table has been updated to include details of a new YouGov poll which was apparently carried out for the Sunday Times. Details have just gone up on the pollster’s website. The big news is the increase in the Labour share and a closing of the gap to 5 percent. YouGov is somewhat out of line with the telephone pollsters.