Very little change from ComRes online

Very little change from ComRes online

Poll/publication Date CON % LAB % LD %
ComRes/IoS-S.Mirror(Online) 17/12/10 37 39 11
ComRes/Independent (Phone) 29/11/10 36 40 12
ComRes/Indy on Sunday (Online) 19/11/10 37 38 13
ComRes/Independent (Phone) 31/10/10 35 37 16
ComRes/Indy on Sunday (Online) 15/10/10 40 34 14
ComRes/Independent (O) 01/10/10 39 36 15
ComRes/Independent on Sunday (O) 16/09/10 37 35 15
ComRes/Independent (Phone) 05/09/10 38 34 18
ComRes/Mirror/GMTV (Phone) 15/08/10 39 33 15
ComRes/Independent (Phone) 08/08/10 39 33 16
ComRes/Independent 27/06/10 40 31 18

And the yellows slip to 11 percent

There’s a new voting intention poll from ComRes online – the internet polling facility that’s been developed by the firm over the past three months which has yet to be tested in a general election.

The figures should be compared with the last ComRes online poll – not the last phone one. Here we see the Tories standing still, Labour up one and the Lib Dems down two.

There are some approval questions which are in a form that I don’t think have been used much before. These show:-

Ed Miliband is turning out to be a good leader of the Labour Party:
Agree 17%: Disagree 33%: Don’t know 50%

Nick Clegg is turning out to be a good leader of the Liberal Democrats
Agree 26%: Disagree 49%: Don’t know 26%

David Cameron is turning out to be a good prime minister
Agree 38%: Disagree 40%: Don’t know 21%

So Cameron has just about the same proportion of voters saying he’s turned out to be a good PM as his party is currently polling. Ed Miliband, on this measure is some way behind while Nick Clegg has two and half times as men agreeing as his latest voting intention share.

Hopefully we’ll get more detail when the data comes out. ComRes is superb at making the information available on the night.

Mike Smithson

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