Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Tory grass roots cheesed off with Cameron

Conservative Home reports that the Tory grassroots are none too keen on Mr Cameron at the moment:

After satisfaction with the Conservative leader slumped at the end of May to 61% and dissatisfaction rose to 39% (following the grammar schools row), there has been another very slight deterioration in June. Just 58% of Tory members are now satisfied with David Cameron and 40% are dissatisfied with their leader's performance. In January 2006, 82% were satisfied with David Cameron and just 16% dissatisfied.

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