According to another YouGov poll - for tomorrow's Telegraph - Gordon Brown is maintaining the 11% lead that he won in the immediate afterglow of his speech to Labour Conference. Both major parties lose 1% to the LibDems compared to the YouGov/ Channel 4 survey.
Here are the other main poll findings:
- 45% say that Gordon Brown is most in touch with people’s concerns. 18% say the same of David Cameron. 60% think he is out of touch.
- 22% think David Cameron is proving to be a good leader.
- 55% thought that David Cameron is "lightweight" compared to Gordon Brown.
- 63% said that they don't know what the Conservative Party stands for.
- William Hague was the clear favourite to become Tory leader if David Cameron stepped down.
- 58% supported the view that Gordon Brown would win an autumn election but might lose it if he stepped down.