An Observer poll tomorrow will show a three point Labour lead. Labour has gone up to 39% while Conservative support has fallen to 36%. The Labour gains are at the expense of the LibDems who srop three points to 15%. Forty per cent believe Brown would make the best PM, compared to only 22% for David Cameron. Only 28% thought he was performing adequately, lower than Tony Blair on 33%. However, Cameron's net satisfaction rating of -5% was still better than Mr Blair's -27%. Sir Menzies Campbell's rating was -25%.
A bit of food for thought there! But in the words of Corporal Jones, 'Don't Panic'!!! Unless you;re a LibDem, of course... :)