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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml...28/npoll128.xml

Feel-good factor drops to lowest level ever

By Robert Winnett and James Kirkup
Last Updated: 6:50am GMT 28/03/2008
Growing gloom over the economy is driving voters away from Gordon Brown, an opinion poll shows today.
A protester wears an Alistair Darling mask – the Chancellor’s new tax on family cars is one of many blows for voters
Households are losing faith in the Prime Minister's ability to weather the financial crisis
, a YouGov poll for The Daily Telegraph indicates.
Their confidence in the economy - the "feel-good factor" - has dropped to its lowest level recorded.
"Essex man"
, the typical family voter seen as the key to election success, in particular appears to be deserting Labour......./
Sixty four per cent of people think their household's financial situation will "get worse
"
over the next year and only 12 per cent of those questioned expect it to become better..../
The British Bankers' Association said the number of new mortgages approved was
near a record low last month
.
Alistair Darling announced a £1 billion tax grab on motorists. It was billed as a green tax aimed at "gas guzzlers" but it emerged that the biggest losers will be
millions of people with family saloons who will pay up to £440 a year in road tax
. :angry: :angry: :angry:

Game over for Gordon and what was his mracle economy. House prices are heading into crash mode and the banks ain't lending. A recipe for Great Crash II if ever there was one.

Edited by Realistbear

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Looking at Gordo+Ali lying through their smiles is a revolting sight.

The car tax grab is just offensive. Pity that sheeple really are subdued and spineless.

And thank god I have a 1998 car, which will stay with me as long as possible now....

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml...28/npoll128.xml

Feel-good factor drops to lowest level ever

By Robert Winnett and James Kirkup
Last Updated: 6:50am GMT 28/03/2008
Growing gloom over the economy is driving voters away from Gordon Brown, an opinion poll shows today.
A protester wears an Alistair Darling mask – the Chancellor’s new tax on family cars is one of many blows for voters
Households are losing faith in the Prime Minister's ability to weather the financial crisis
, a YouGov poll for The Daily Telegraph indicates.
Their confidence in the economy - the "feel-good factor" - has dropped to its lowest level recorded.
"Essex man"
, the typical family voter seen as the key to election success, in particular appears to be deserting Labour......./

Game over for Gordon and what was his mracle economy. House prices are heading into crash mode and the banks ain't lending. A recipe for Great Crash II if ever there was one.

Gordons fate will be determined by voters in North Kent, Essex and the outer-London boroughs. The constituencies there are so marginal, at least 10 with majorities of less than a 1000. I think declining house prices will be the final straw for them.

Its going to be interesting to see if Ken Livingstone can win in London especially as he done so much to alienate voters in the outer-London boroughs too. Will his rainbow coalition overcome the suburban wrath?

Edited by skomer

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