The main topic of January’s ConservativeHome survey was LibCon co-operation. The results were published on Tuesday. Summarised below are the regular tracker findings on David Cameron’s performance.
Satisfaction with David Cameron (amongst Tory members) remained steady in January at 71% and dissatisfaction remained at 28%. 31% of members are "very" satisfied with David Cameron. 40% are "fairly" satisfied.
72% think it very or fairly likely that David Cameron will be Prime Minister after the next General Election. Only 38% think he will be leading a majority Tory government, however. Last January the proportion expecting David Cameron to be Prime Minister was 77%.
67% think the Tory party is on the right course. 27% think it is on the wrong track. Last January 76% of members thought the party to be on the right course. Only 17% thought it on the wrong track.