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'Record low support for Labour'

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30 05 08 - 09:24
A new opinion poll claims that Labour has slipped to its worst rating since records began in 1943.

The YouGov poll for the Daily Telegraph puts Gordon Brown's popularity among voters at the same level as Sir John Major's at his lowest point and worse than Michael Foot.
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That's a surprisingly bad result considering when they won the last election it was widely believed that the Conservatives would never again achieve power.

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