November 29, 2007

COME BACK, TONY, ALL IS FORGIVEN:

Analysis: Poll shows Labour in freefall (Anthony King, 29/11/2007, Daily Telegraph)

YouGov's latest findings for The Daily Telegraph are among the most devastating for any Government in the history of opinion polling. [...]

Two months ago Labour's lead was still 11 points. Now it is the Conservatives who are 11 points ahead.

The Tories now have their largest lead over Labour since Margaret Thatcher's heyday in 1988.

The headline figures are bad enough for Labour. The underlying figures are even worse and hint that a majority of voters may have fallen out of love permanently with the Brown Government.

Posted by Orrin Judd at November 29, 2007 9:27 PM
Comments

Does anyone know 'what' the Brown Government is?

It is difficult (in governance) to make Mr. Inside & Mr. Outside partnerships work. Brown had too much ambition for that. Tony probably stayed too long, but Gordon could not be seen as pushing him out. Of course, absent the contentious nature of Iraq (and all the poodle stuff), Blair would probably still be PM.

Posted by: jim hamlen at December 1, 2007 1:37 PM
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