LDs up 3 while LAB regain the lead
There’s a new ComRes telephone poll out for the Independent and the figures, with changes on the last phone poll from the firm are in the chart above.
Not much change except the Lib Dem share moving up 3 to 14%.
The non-VI questions all follow ComRes’s standard pattern of making a statement and then asking whether respondents agree or not. I loathe this approach but it is all we’ve got
The pollsters finds that Most people still blame Labour for Britainâ€™s economic woes. Asked whether the Coalition is more to blame than the previous Labour Government for the current state of the economy 26% agree while 62% disagree. Amongst LAB voters 48% think the Coalition is more to blame but a surprisingly high proportion 42% disagrees.
Asked whether they trust Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne to make the right decisions on the economy, the response was 35% to 55% disagreeing â€“ a net â€œeconomic trustâ€ rating of minus 20 points.
LAB’s position is much worse. Only 24% trust Mr Miliband and Mr Balls to make the right decisions on the economy, while 65% don’t â€“ a net rating of minus 41. Amongst LAB supporters 42% do not trust the party leader and Shadow Chancellor to make the right decisions, while 51% do.
And so to Florida
Voting has been taking place all day in the four state in the 2012 primary season. The polls close at
8pm 0100 UK time when we should get exit poll projections. The big question is the size of Romney’s victory.
Mike Smithson @MikeSmithsonOGH