It will be interesting to see whether it supports Thursday’s YouGov poll, which gave Labour an 11-point lead, its largest since the “election that never was” in September 2007.
We have also repeated our Alternative Vote referendum question, as will be asked on the ballot paper, which last month showed a 10-point lead for the Yes campaign.
And we asked whether people agreed or disagreed with the following statements:
When Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, talks about the “squeezed middle” he is talking about people like me and my family.
I believe that George Osborne, the Chancellor, is “on my side” in dealing with the country’s economic problems.
Cancelling the planned 1p increase in fuel duty in the Budget would not be enough to help motorists.
The cuts are unfair because they will be felt more by the poor than by wealthier households.
Bankers are making a fair contribution to the cost of getting the public finances back on track.
David Cameron should have sacked Prince Andrew from his role as an international trade ambassador when his judgement over personal friendships was first called into question.
I shall post the results here this evening, and full tables will be available at ComRes.Tagged in: comres, opinion polls
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