- Nov 15, 2011
You really should stop quoting polls. They aren’t accurate.Very strong approval rates for Starmers speech from Opinium/ Sky poll.
Over 60% found him competent caring and in touch with ordinary people. Much higher ratings than Johnson or Corbyn on their first conference speeches as leaders.
The fact that Boris’ rating were so low on exactly the same numbers, yet he still smashed Labour in the elections. They are meaningless.I think people on here are intelligent enough to realise they’re not 100% accurate.
People quote them all the time on this forum, what was it about this particular one that upset you?
Johnson’s ratings on exactly the same questions were way lower. Wtf does they ‘weren’t so low, but were lower’ mean? You asked a question and I answered it.Johnson’s ratings weren’t so low but they were lower than Starmers. what happened in the election is a completely different issue, notably he was up against Corbyn whose public approval ratings really were so low.
The poll ratings are obviously not meaningless though whether they lead to a sustained support for Starmer only the future will tell. They indicate that the public took seriously and positively what they saw today.
How dare you tell others what they think and what they don’t think! Opinions are based on what people see and hear, be it on the news, internet or elsewhere. You have based plenty or your opinions on opinion polls, which are by definition other peoples opinions.This obscure website where some bloke in New Zealand arbitrarily draws some points on a graph doesn’t advance your argument too far.
But that’s not what you think , what’s your opinion that makes you think the Blair government was just like the tories?
Exactly what I just said except that on competence it’s a bit more than 10% difference.