Conservative 43% (no change)
Labour 35% (up 1%)
Lib Dem 14% (down 1%)
What is more noteworthy is that the Lib Dems seems to be suffering disproportionately from the coalition government’s decisions. This is surprising as I would have expected the two parties to have benefitted or suffered equally. Perhaps it is the case that some of the more left-leaning Lib Dems are unhappy with their party’s support for the very necessary repair to the public finances after Labour came close to wrecking our economy.
All changes are within the margin of error and are shown compared to the last daily YouGov poll I reported on 14 July.