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Tories 10% ahead in ICM poll

ICMNo big move from ICM, since their last poll before Christmas. The 1,003 voters were questioned on Wednesday and Thursday.

The Sunday Telegraph's Patrick Hennessy reports: "David Cameron was more likely to be trusted by voters on three key issues than Mr Brown, scoring clear wins on the NHS (by 43 per cent to 35 per cent), schools (46-34) and the economy (43-36)."

The poll projection of a majority of eight for the Conservatives is eerily close to Iain Dale's announcement of his General Election prediction; a Tory majority of 12.

Tim Montgomerie


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