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October 13, 2011


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simon kane

Bimey! Well it must have shifted to get these results, no?

simon kane

Is there one of these for Cameron? I'd be interested (and probably distressed) to see how "centre" he's perceived to be.


"it must have shifted to get these results, no?" Er, no.

On Cameron - I think so...click through for the full survey....

simon kane

But haven't you been arguing that Miliband's response to the recession is not nearly as far from Cameron's as he would like us to believe? Doesn't the fact he's been placed here so far to the left therefore, when he's nothing of the kind, mean the centre ground has shifted pretty significantly to the right? Am I completely misinterprteing this poll?

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