Wednesday, September 19, 2007

ICM Poll gives Labour an eight point lead

The ICM poll showing a lead of 8% in The Guardian is more good news going into conference week and the Brown bounce is clearly continuing and shows no sign of let up. The ICM poll that has traditionally been the most accurate opinion poll and the Labour party lead is the largest since October 2005. What is even more interesting is the personal approval ratings for the leaders, Brown +32%, Cameron -8%, this is awful news for Cameron who has seen his ratings have plummet in the past few months. Apparently there are also two further polls likely to be showing strong Labour leads. This will of course fuel speculation that Gordon Brown will call an October election, personally I think he won't and would be better to wait but it will no doubt fuel the story again ahead of what I believe will be a successful Labour party conference.


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