In what is likely to be the last poll of the year, ComRes’s December poll has topline figures of CON 41% (+1), LAB 30%(+3), LDEM 16% (-2). Like ICM it shows Labour recovering from their worst ratings last month, though as should be obvious, last month’s Labour score was unusually low. The Lib Dems are falling, but the poll was conducted way back between December 14th and 16th, so we certainly shouldn’t expect to see a leadership boost yet.

The other findings in the poll had David Cameron narrowly leading Gordon Brown 39% to 37% as the best man to be Prime Minister, Brown retaining his lead as the best man to take Britain through difficult economic times next year 44% to 36%, Cameron leading Brown 40% to 35% on having the best front bench team and, predictably, Cameron having a large lead on being the more likeable (51% to 31%).


51 Responses to “ComRes show 11 point Tory lead”

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  1. Re previous comment. Being excessively picky – Pakistan was suspended from the Commonwealth 22 Nov. 2007… I more than applaud the underlying sentiment though…

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