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By Tim Montgomerie
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No big movements in the latest Cabinet league table although George Osborne has fallen into negative territory. Last time there were slightly more Tory members who approved of his performance than disapproved. Now it's the other way round.

IDS and Gove remain the top performers in the eyes of the party grassroots. Gove's position has strengthened somewhat following the O-Levels affair.

Controversy-struck Hunt and Warsi continue to slide.

PERCENTAGE OF TORY MEMBERS SATISFIED MINUS DISSATISFIED WITH CABINET MINISTERS

(May's ratings in brackets)

  1. Iain Duncan Smith +87 (+84)
  2. Michael Gove +87 (+82)
  3. William Hague +71 (+66)
  4. Eric Pickles +65 (+61)
  5. Philip Hammond +58 (+62)
  6. Sir George Young +45 (+50)
  7. Owen Paterson +38 (+40)
  8. Lord Strathclyde +32 (+35)
  9. Justine Greening +30 (+38)
  10. Theresa May +30 (+36)
  11. David Willetts +26 (+30)
  12. Andrew Lansley +24 (+28)
  13. Danny Alexander +23 (+28)
  14. Francis Maude +15 (+10)
  15. Cheryl Gillan +11 (+10)
  16. Oliver Letwin +11 (+8)
  17. Patrick McLoughlin +10 (+10)
  18. Michael Moore +6 (+8)
  19. Caroline Spelman +2 (+10)
  20. Andrew Mitchell +1 (+4)
  21. George Osborne -2 (+5)
  22. Jeremy Hunt -18 (-12)
  23. Sayeeda Warsi -24 (-14)
  24. Ken Clarke -25 (-28)
  25. Ed Davey -27 (+4)
  26. Nick Clegg -43 (-44)
  27. Vince Cable -66 (-56)

1,742 Tory members took part in the poll on 28th to 30th June 2012.

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