This is from a survey that looks at views of the parties in different parts of the country which doesnâ€™t produce any startling conclusions – the Tories are less popular in the north while LAB had problems in the South outside London.
These YouGov numbers are very similar to what Ipsos-MORI found in August when they asked about liking and disliking parties.
There’s little doubt that if party wants to be liked then it’s better to be in opposition.
Meanwhile LAB TNS-BMRB lead moves from 2 to 8
New of the poll from TNS-BMRB sees LAB extend lead to 8% CON 30% (-4) LAB 38% (+2) LD 8% (-1) UKIP 12% (-1) OTHER 11% (+2)
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) November 14, 2013