Within the poll there is much more for us to chew on:
- By 48% to 34% voters are now dissatisfied with Gordon Brown.
- Last month David Cameron was thought not to be a good leader (48% over 21%) – this month that position is reversed (40% over 36%).
- Labour have a 35% to 32% advantage on economic competence. Disappointing but much, much narrower than just a month ago.
- 29% say they’d be "delighted" if a Conservative government under David Cameron was elected. 33% "wouldn’t mind". 39% would be "dismayed".
- Lots of data is encouraging for David Cameron in the poll. By 44% to 38% respondents think him genuine, for example. 60% are still unsure if there is substance behind his words, however, and 65% don’t know what a Cameron-led Conservative government would be like.
See all of the data here.