IcmAn hour ago we reported the YouGov survey for The Telegraph and its 8% Tory lead.  We missed this ICM survey for The Guardian.  It gives the Tories a little less support and Labour a little more – both differences adding up to a narrow Conservative lead.  The survey was carried out before Peter Hain’s resignation.

The poll also finds that 50% of voters do not believe that the Lisbon Treaty will make much difference to Britain.  28% think it will make things worse and just 10% think it will make things better.

58% say membership of the EU is good for Britain.  35% think it is bad.

The survey points to a slight shift in Tory opinion on the EU: "54% of those who voted Tory at the last election oppose membership but 52% of current supporters back it."

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