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With apologies for the lack of graphics this month, here are the December net satisfaction ratings for the shadow cabinet (as rated by 1,090 Tory members of the ConservativeHome Members’ Panel) – with highest-rated members at the top of the list:

  • David Davis +83% (+82%)
  • William Hague +68% (+72%)
  • Liam Fox +50% (+51%)
  • Lord Strathclyde +40%
  • George Osborne +35% (+43%)
  • David Willetts +33% (+23%)
  • Alan Duncan +30%
  • Andrew Lansley +30% (+26%)
  • Chris Grayling +26%
  • Caroline Spelman +24% (+18%)
  • Patrick McLoughlin +18%
  • Hugo Swire +16%
  • Philip Hammond +13%
  • Oliver Letwin +12% (+9%)
  • Oliver Heald +10%
  • David Lidington +10% – who described his work on Northern Ireland here
  • Andrew Mitchell +10%
  • Peter Ainsworth +9%
  • Cheryl Gillan +9% – who wrote for yesterday’s Platform on her role
  • Theresa Villiers +7%
  • David Mundell +2% – who has written for today’s Platform
  • Francis Maude -4% (-3%)
  • Theresa May -5% (+2%).

Shadow Leader of the Lords, Tom Strathclyde’s rating of +40% is the standout number from the new group of shadow cabinet members we ranked in December.

The bracketed figures are the November ratings for the ten shadow cabinet members ranked in ConservativeHome’s year-long tracking series.

Related links: ‘Don’t know levels for the shadow cabinet’ and Last month’s ratings for the shadow cabinet.

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