The survey, conducted in 30 vital "swing" seats across the country, puts David Cameron\’s party on 41 per cent of the vote.
Support for Labour has slumped to 17 per cent, putting the party in third place behind the Liberal Democrats, who are on 18 per cent. When a poll of the same marginals was undertaken 12 months ago, Labour was six points ahead of the Tories.
As our man the Bishop asked:
…if Labour can\’t hold onto Glasgow East, is there a possibility that they might not even be the official opposition next time round?