One week after Labour’s Black Saturday, an ICM survey for tomorrow’s Sunday Telegraph puts the Conservatives on 43%; 7% ahead of Labour.
ICM haven’t put the Conservatives at such a level since before Black Wednesday, in 1992.
Such a result would give David Cameron’s Conservatives a single figure majority in the Commons. The LibDems would lose the majority of their seats.
Voters are equally split (41%) on whether Brown was right to call off the election.
66% of voters tell ICM that they want a referendum on the EU Treaty. By 47% to 29% they would reject the Treaty in such a referendum. Most voters (56% to 38%) would vote to stay in the EU although a small majority (52%) of Conservatives would vote to leave.