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Saturday, 17 April 2010

Lib Dems second in YouGov poll, Labour third

Putting aside the euphoria of the aftermath of the first of the Leaders (wanting to be Prime Minister) TV debates, it appears the good news keeps on coming. Below are the latest results of the YouGov polling;

Conservative: 33%
Liberal Democrat: 30%
Labour: 28%
Others: 9%
Fieldwork: 15-16 April.

This is week one of the campaign so we do need to keep things in perspective.
However, this is great news and shows what we in the Party are always saying, when we get our fair share of the media, and can put our Leaders out there in the public viewing area, they like what they see and are persuaded to vote Liberal Democrats.
What Nick Clegg, Vince Cable and the Liberal Democrats are proving is that we have the policies and manifesto to stand up for the UK and the people; we have the team to do so and now the public are believing us.
When your postal ballot arrives, or the polling stations open on May 6th, remember what you saw and heard over the weeks preceding it, and make that change, a positive change and vote for the Liberal Democrats.
The other parties are running scared and just attack the Liberal Democrats for the sake of it, this is the time to see through that blue/red mist and vote for real change.
The Labour and Conservative Parties have governed the UK for 65 years between them - it's time for change.  Change that worls for you.  VOTE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, this will be the end of Bubbles Lamont.
Many Tories will be glad to see the political demise of this scheming back stabber.
Good luck Michael Moore.

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