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Earlier this week we noted the further improvement in David Cameron’s standing with the grassroots.

The numbers shown below for the rest of the shadow cabinet are for end-August, end-September, end-October and end-November.  They again point to across-the-board improvement.

  1. William Hague +76% | +71% | +84% | +88%
  2. David Davis +79% | +78% | +83% | +88%
  3. George Osborne +24% | +7% | +79% | +85%
  4. Liam Fox +49% | +46% | +65% | +69%
  5. Michael Gove +40% | +30% | +53% | +61%
  6. Chris Grayling +36% | +29% | +47% | +59%
  7. Lord Strathclyde +43% | +40% | +48% | +54%
  8. Alan Duncan +40% | +28% | +47% | +51%
  9. Andrew Lansley +20% | +24% | +43% | +45%
  10. Philip Hammond +17% | +14% | +36% | +42%
  11. Nick Herbert +19% | +19% | +38% | +41%
  12. Eric Pickles +31% | +27% | +38% | +41%
  13. Pauline Neville-Jones +15% | +11% | +25% | +38%
  14. Caroline Spelman +34% | +27% | +24% | +30%
  15. Patrick McLoughlin +9% | +2% | +27% | +28%
  16. Oliver Letwin -6% | -14% | +17% | +23%
  17. Peter Ainsworth +8% | +3% | +16% | +22%
  18. Jeremy Hunt +10% | +7% | +19% | +20%
  19. Andrew Mitchell +10% | +5% | +19% | +20%
  20. Theresa May +8% | +2% | +6% | +20%
  21. Owen Paterson +10% | +9% | +16% | +17%
  22. Cheryl Gillan +3% | +3% | +10% | +14%
  23. Theresa Villers +7% | +5% | +9% | +14%
  24. David Willetts -1% | -14% | +3% | +7%
  25. Francis Maude -10% | -16% | -2% | +5%
  26. David Mundell -6% | -11% | -3% | +3%
  27. Sayeeda Warsi -20% | -14% | -4% | -2%

The ratings are calculated by subtracting those members dissatisfied with an individual’s performance from those who are satisfied.

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