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That’s a total of 59 per cent expecting a Conservative-led government after the next election.

Here are the comparable figures for each month since we revised the survey in July.

December

  • Conservative majority: 46 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 15 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 7 per cent.

Total: 68 per cent.

November

  • Conservative majority: 44 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 14 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 10 per cent.

Total: 68 per cent.

October

  • Conservative majority: 39 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 15 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 8 per cent.

Total: 62 per cent.

September

  • Conservative majority: 38 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 15 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 8 per cent.

Total: 61 per cent

August

  • Conservative majority: 47 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 15 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 7 per cent.

Total: 69 per cent

July

  • Conservative majority: 45 per cent.
  • Minority Conservative Government: 14 per cent.
  • Conservative-led coalition: 7 per cent.

Total: 66 per cent

While this isn’t a collapse – the total was only two points higher in September and three in October – it is a sharp fall since last month.  The reasons are obvious and there is no need to describe them.

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