A new Populus Poll is out tonight for The Times. It shows Gordon Brown has given Labour a four point bounce with Labour up to 37%, with the Tories down two on 34% and the LibDems up 1% on 18%.
Brown was reckoned to be a strong leader by 77% (up 14 points) and 57% saying that he has what it takes to be PM (up 16 points)
In contrast, 43% saw David Cameron as strong (up six points), while 37% said he had what it takes to make a good Prime Minister (up four points). Thirty one per cent said they would prefer Mr Cameron to Mr Brown as Prime Minister with 52% disagreeing.
Note: David Boothroyd rightly points out it is three point lead and a four point bounce. I stand corrected!