December 7, 2005

THEY'RE RIGHT OF BROWN AT LEAST:

Cameron on road to No10 and victory over Brown says poll (GERRI PEEV, 12/07/05, The Scotsman)

DAVID Cameron would beat Gordon Brown in a General Election, according to an opinion poll which electrified the Conservative Party last night.

Released only hours after he trounced David Davis for the Tory leadership, the poll revealed that 38 per cent of voters would back a Cameron-led Tory Party in the next General Election, compared with 33 per cent for Mr Brown.


Well, you know the old saying: If they held the election today...a lot of people would be surprised.

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 7, 2005 9:13 AM
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