Saturday, 10 April 2010

News Of The World Poll

Fraser Nelson, on the Coffee Shop, reviews the above and writes: "There is some good news for Cameron, and some not-so-good news. First: 66 percent of voters in the marginals agree with the message "it's time for change". Bad news: a surprisingly large number think that Nick Clegg represents that change."

Whilst there are no detailed figures available and no information on the question(s) asked - information that Anthony Wells, UK Polling Report does not disclose, even if he is privy to it - it is advisable that this result is treated with the proverbial 'pinch of'. It is good to note that a good majority believe that it is, indeed, a time for change - the problem is; are the right questions being put to the public by the pollsters - or are they, like the MSM, in the political elite's pocket?

More importantly, FFS - who are these 'enlightened' members of the electorate who believe that Clegg and his LibDems will bring change? The only real change that the LibDems would bring is an even faster absorbtion of the UK into the EU. The LibDems did not adopt the colour Yellow for nothing, you know!

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