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Our latest voting intention figures published in yesterday's Sunday Times are CON 32%, LAB 36%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 13%, GRN 6%. Labour lead by 4.
- 46% of people think David Cameron is doing well as Prime Minister, 48% badly (a net rating of minus 2, up from minus 5 last week).
- 30% of people think Ed Miliband is doing well as Labour leader, 59% badly (a net rating of minus 29, up from minus 39 last week).
- 24% of people think Nick Clegg is doing well as Lib Dem leader, 64% badly (a net rating of minus 40, up from minus 47 last week.
- Those who watched the interviews with Cameron and Miliband last Thursday say Ed Miliband came across best by 49% to 34%. 17% were unsure.
- Miliband was also seen to give the most clear and honest answers (49% to 28%).
- A Conservative government is viewed to be better at tackling the deficit (by 45% to 19%), reducing crime (28% to 19%) and defending Britain’s interests in Europe (32% to 23%).
- A Labour government is seen as being better at improving standards of living (34% to 26%), improving the NHS (42% to 18%) and providing education and skills for young people (34% to 27%).
- Neither party are seen as the best at managing immigration effectively (18% say Labour, 21% Conservatives and 45% neither).