The monthly online ComRes poll for the Indy on Sunday is out tonight, and has topline figures of CON 38%(nc), LAB 38%(-2), LDEM 11%(nc), Others 13%(+2). No significant change in itself, but it fits into the general pattern of dropping Labour leads, although ComRes’s online polls do tend to produce some of the better results for the Conservatives. The poll also has ComRes’s leadership rating questions, and like MORI and YouGov previously, they show the boost Ed Miliband recieved from hackgate having largely disappeared.
The weekly YouGov/Sunday Times poll meanwhile has topline figures of CON 36%, LAB 42%, LDEM 9%. YouGov tend to show some of the larger Labour leads, but like other companies are also showing smaller leads since mid-August, dropping from 8-9 point leads to leads of 2-6 points of late. As usual I’ll have a more detailled post on the YouGov/Sunday Times poll tomorrow when the tables are up.
Finally the Sunday Telegraph is reporting some Populus polling for Michael Ashcroft (at least, I assume it was Populus – they usually do Lord Ashcroft’s polling for him). I haven’t had chance to look properly at this yet, but Ashcroft’s report is online here.