That’s the message of an ICM survey for tomorrow’s Sunday Telegraph:

The previous ICM survey – three weeks ago – found Labour Conservatives ahead by 12%.  It appears that the Brown bounce hasn’t yet dissipated but it’s not close to being enough to win the next election.

Team Cameron remain convinced that as recession bites the electorate’s appetite for real change will grow.  Like Barack Obama, the New Zealand Nationals campaigned with a ‘time to change’ message and have today ended nine years of Labour rule.

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