Staggers' (yes, I know!) reports on today's You Gov poll that most voters still blame Labour for the current slight cutbacks in spending (commonly known as cuts, harsh cuts! Savage Coalition Cuts! EVIL TORY CUTS!) "but the tide is beginning to turn" (click image to enlarge).
...the number blaming Labour has fallen (from 49 per cent to 40 per cent) over the last nine months, while the number blaming the coalition has risen (from 18 per cent to 27 per cent), although not by as much as one might expect. The number blaming both (surely the most logical response) has risen from 18 per cent to 22 per cent.Now, I doubt this would this be poor memories, after all, everyone seems to remember every detail of Margaret Thatcher's time in office after two decades so I doubt 10 months would make them forget slime-ball Blair and Crash Gordon, so it must be just a gradual regression to the default party political position: i.e. more or less 33% Labour, more or less 33% Conservative and others not bothered or floating between the two.