Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Mr Balloon bursts

David Cameron is Britain's least popular party leader among voters, according to a new poll.

The survey found that voters' satisfaction with the Conservative leader's performance was lower than for either Prime Minister Gordon Brown or the Liberal Democrats' Sir Menzies Campbell.

The ICM poll also showed Labour re-establishing an eight-point lead over the Tories following a sequence of surveys at the start of this month which put the parties virtually neck-and-neck.

Labour's advantage is the largest recorded by ICM since Mr Cameron became Tory leader in 2005.

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