Monday, March 17, 2008

People don’t trust you Labour

Support for Labour hits 25-year low

Gordon Brown is not quite as ugly as Michael Foot but there are interesting parallels between the two men. To name just a couple, Labour's popularity hit the basement when Foot was made leader. Foot lasted as leader of the Labour party for just 3 years before Labour got thumped by the Conservatives in a Landslide. If the yougov polls are anything to go by then if an election was tomorrow Cameron's Tories would give Brown's Labour a hammering of Landslide proportions. It would also seem that the public are extremely unimpressed with the leader of the Labour party. Brown's popularity has taken a hammering and is at its lowest rating since the Labour party gave him the job as PM. As for Darling nearly half of voters say, "he is not up to the job". Interesting times ahead for Labour!

Posted by denzil @ 09:46 PM (607 views)
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3 thoughts on “People don’t trust you Labour

  • It’s so unfair. People keep asking questions and analysing the situation so coming up with the wrong answers ……………………. why don’t they just keep believing what we tell them?!

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  • Governments get voted out rather than in

    I can’t be bothered to look up the stats but Brown’s (unelected) tenure will be one of the shortest on record

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  • The market-obsessed New Labour Project is now crashing and not before time!

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