"An overwhelming majority of voters think Labour is failing to tell the truth about the state of the public finances, according to a new Guardian/ICM poll. The result suggests the government has come off worst from a week of squabbling between the parties over the deficit, and Gordon Brown’s admission that spending cuts will be needed.14% of voters still believe the Labour party on anything; staggering. Surely they can't all be on the Labour payroll, or could they.
Only 14% of voters think Labour is telling the truth about the country’s financial situation. More than twice as many believe what the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats say."
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
The Guardian report that: