Saturday, 13 November 2010

Musings on the November survey

Over on LibDemVoice they regularly do a survey of Lib Dem members. This month's results are here.

Basically, like me, the majority of members think the Lib Dems are on the right track, they support the Coalition, approve of it's record and think it will last for four years or more. However, also like me, the majority of members also think the Coalition will be bad for our prospects at the next general election. But, unlike me, they approve of Nick Clegg's performance of leader to date, net +40% approval, though this does contrast with his approval rating of +62% in August.

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