There is a new poll from Opinium published in the Daily Express tomorrow showing the Conservatives increasing their lead over the Lib Dems:
Conservative 34% (up 2%)
Lib Dem 28% (down 1%)
Labour 25% (down 1%)
The Lib Dems are maintaining a strong position although they are down a couple of points from their peak after the first debate and the Conservatives are a point or two stronger.
There is a new poll from Communicate Research reported tonight for tomorrow’s Independent and ITV News which shows the Lib Dems further narrowing the gap with the Conservatives and Labour unchanged in third place:
Conservative 32% (down 2%)
Lib Dem 31% (up 2%)
Labour 28% (no change)
ComRes also asked voters about the prospect of a hung parliament. 72% said they’d prefer a majority government, while 20% said they would prefer a hung parliament. When those who support a majority government were asked who they would prefer to see get a majority, 37% said Conservative, 29% Labour. Of those who said they would prefer a hung parliament, 27% opted for a Conservative government with Liberal Democrat support, while 56% opted for Labour government with support of the Lib Dems.
There is a new ICM poll in tomorrow’s Guardian which shows the race tightening again. All three parties are within a few points of each other:
Conservative 33% (down 2%)
Lib Dem 30% (down 1%)
Labour 28% (up 2%)
This merely reverses the changes in the weekend ICM poll and restores the exact party shares of the last Guardian ICM poll.
In amongst all the door-knocking and delivery of leaflets I do occasionally find time to relax. On Saturday night I watched the latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent and was amazed at two acts:
Both of these acts were amazing and caught me and the judges by surprise. It proves the point that this TV formula still has a long way to run if there is talent like this still out there!