Top of the PoJs

John Rentoul

9 fullsize Top of the PoJsThe Total Politics magazine Top 100 Political Journalists chart is online over there (update), but here is the top 10, as voted for by readers of the magazine (last year’s position in brackets):

1. Nick Robinson (1).

2. Andrew Marr (3).

3. John Rentoul (79).

4. Jeremy Paxman (-).

5. Fraser Nelson (38).

6. Andrew Alexander (-).

7. Andrew Neil (8).

8. Adam Boulton (16).

9. Andrew Rawnsley (7).

10. Polly Toynbee (66).

There is a separate chart of those voted for by members of the parliamentary Lobby and Press Gallery:

1. Tim Shipman (23).

2. Nick Robinson (1).

3. Fraser Nelson (3).

4. Patrick Wintour (15).

5. Adam Boulton (37).

6. Rachel Sylvester (17).

7. Andrew Marr (29).

8. Boris Johnson (52).

9. John Rentoul (-).

10. Benedict Brogan (62).

Yes, well. My column for The Independent on Sunday says George Osborne is not very good but the opposition is nowhere. You knew that. What you might not know is that there are people in the Labour Party trying to put together a fiscally conservative, pro-business programme that could win.

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  • TarquinBroxted

    I note Total Politics categorize you as a Left Winger.

  • JohnJustice

    Well done JR but it’s interesting to note that you might have come out even higher if the two BBC journalists, Robinson and Paxman (who are not supposed to have views of their own under the BBC impartiality rules), had not been included. I reckon you should insist that that they are not eligible candidates and demand a recount.

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