Some 52% said the G20 summit had been a success (see, the power of that $1.1 trillion figure!) Brown's approval rating is up from 36% to 41% although still outweighed by the 53% disapproving.
If Labour were a rational party interested in survival, they'd call an election now and do the equivalent of crash land on the Hudson - leaving the Tories to be in power during those headlines of 3.5m unemployment and a possible IMF bailout.
This isn't a game-changing poll, to put it mildly; it's hardly a transformation from the post-Lehmans peak of 12-point lead that YouGov gave to the Tories on Valentine's Day. But I always wait to hear from Anthony Wells before deciding what to think of polls. He hasn't blogged yet, but keep your eye on him here.