Conservative 39% (up 3%)
Labour 31% (up 2%)
Lib Dem 19% (down 8%)
This is the first post-election poll from MORI and the big changes merely bring it into line with other recent polls from other organisations.
There is a new ICM poll in tomorrow’s Guardian confirming the trend of most recent polls with the Conservatives comfortably ahead of Labour:
Conservative 39% (no change)
Labour 31% (down 1%)
Lib Dem 21% (no change)
The change is minimal and well within the margin of error.
Voters remain keen on the coalition. Between them, the two parties involved have the backing of 60% of voters. A small majority, 54%, think David Cameron is doing a good job. Only 22% say he is not, giving him a net approval rating of 23 points. But 25% have yet to make up their minds.
The prime minister is more popular than either the government as a whole or the chancellor. On balance, 45% think the government is doing a good job and 22% think it is not, a net positive rating of 23.