More misery for Ed

Laurence Janta-LipinskiAssociate Director
January 12, 2012, 11:22 AM UTC

Our recent results don't show the Labour leader in a good light – we summarise the key findings

Our latest poll figures will not provide any comfort for Ed Miliband, as 2012 continues to be tough for the Labour leader.

With the Conservative party moving ahead in the polls for the first time this year, it will be the figures for best Prime Minister that most concern.

When asked who would be the best PM, Ed has slumped to his lowest ever figure (17%), whilst David Cameron records his highest score (41%). More worryingly perhaps, just 50% of Labour voters selected Ed as the best person for the role.

 

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