PoliticsHome has this afternoon published the results of a poll of nearly 1,200 voters on the subject of manifesto pledges.

Its first finding is that only 47% of Labour voters – yes Labour voters, not the whole population – believe Labour is "fairly likely" or "very likely" to fulfill its manifesto pledges if returned to government. As the graphic shows, Conservatives are most confident of their party's ability to deliver.

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Meanwhile, the survey also asked people to rate the Labour Government on how it delivered on its six pledges from the 2005 election.

Again, it is a far from ringing endorsement of its record:

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Jonathan Isaby

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