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Our latest voting intention figures for The Sun this morning are CON 35%, LAB 36%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 12%, GRN 5%.
- Labour lead by one.
- 34% of people approve of the government's record to date, 50% disapprove.
- The economy is seen as the most important issue facing the country (52%), followed by immigration (48%) and health (45%).
Our latest voting intention figures in London for The Evening Standard are CON 34%, LAB 45%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 8%, GRN 4%.
- Labour lead by 11 in London.
- UKIP and the Lib Dems are tied on 8%.
- Following the Channel 4 / Sky interviews last week there has been a notable increase in positive attitudes towards Ed Miliband.
- 38% now think he has made it clear what he stands for compared to 30% in February and 20% say he is a strong leader (up from 12% in February).
- By 46% to 36% the public do not think he would be up for the job of Prime Minister, however, these figures have improved from 59% to 23% in February.
- Amongst his own party supporters, 79% now think he would be up for the job of PM compared to 61% in February.
- In January this year we found that half of respondents (47%) thought councils are spending too little on home care visits.
- Only 4% said councils were spending too much, 12% about the right amount and 36% were unsure.
- Asked who was to blame for any lack of investment in home care, 49% said the government, 21% local councils.