Tomorrow's ITV Sunday Edition programme will reveal a new NOP poll showing that David Cameron beats Gordon Brown and Ming Campbell hands down when they're put head to head. Asked who would make best Prime Minister Cameron scores 29%, Brown 19% and Ming Campbell a mere 5%.
Interestingly 39% said he had the "freshest ideas" compared to Gordon Brown's 10%. 33% said Cameron was in touch with modern Britain compared to only 17% for Brown. However, worryingly for the Conservatives, Brown outscores Cameron on national security, albeit only by 1% (22-21%)
LibDem voters would rather have Charles Kennedy back as leader by a factor of 40% to only 15% for Sir Ming. Nick Clegg is already more popular than his party leader.
I don't think this poll tells us a lot we didn't already know from other polls, to be honest.