That’s tomorrow’s Guardian splash sorted…
After five years of the public ignoring politics, it seems the election is finally getting cut through. Though Labour will disappointed at how little the public noticed their non-dom hit:
Don’t you know there’s a war on?
From this morning’s Ipsos Mori election briefing:
Not a single potential Labour MP thinks the government spending, or the deficit is most important.
This is a poll of polls average for today only:
Worth noting that the Labour figure is inflated by their very high rating with Panelbase.
As you can see below, TNS, Panelbase and Survation all put Labour ahead, but the latest polls out tonight from ComRes and YouGov have the Tories in first:
Which makes this Guardian splash, released before the ComRes and YouGov polls, look rather premature:
Too late to change the splash?
According to Ashcroft’s latest projection, the following Tory MPs’ seats are on course to fall to Labour: Bob Blackman (Harrow East), Mike Weatherley (Hove), David Morris (Morecambe and Lunesdale), James Wharton (Stockton South).
Better news for Paul Maynard (Blackpool North and Cleveleys), Richard Graham (Gloucester), Chris Skidmore (Kingswood), Nicky Morgan (Loughborough) and Andrew Stephenson (Pendle), all set to hold on. Stuart Andrew in Pudsey is tied with Labour.
The only change from the last Ashcroft poll in these constituencies is Harrow East, whoch turns from blue to red. Ashcroft explains “The most notable movement across the board in this round of polling was a move towards the two main parties at the expense of UKIP”…
According tp YouGov the FibDems are seen as the least trustworthy party.
Most honest or most naive? It is all relative…
The ComRes/ITV News Poll asked: As a result of the debate are you more likely to vote for any of the following parties?