The opinion polls that are noticed are from YouGov, which put the Conservatives 14 or 16 or 18 points in front; while the less fantastic figures from all the other pollsters are considered inconsequential. MPs who once loathed Lord Levy will treat him as an oracle on the subject of the Prime Minister after his revelations at the weekend.It's going to be very interesting if/when YouGov's national and London Mayor polls turn out to have greatly exaggerated the Tory lead.
Monday, 28 April 2008
A further drop of sense
Meanwhile, Tim Hames in the Times asks if things are really so bad for Labour: