63 per cent of respondents are dissatisfied with the government and 54 dissatisfied with David Cameron — both the highest proportions since the election. On the public's number one issue — the economy — just 36 per cent say the government's done a good job. And even wose, a whopping 77 per cent say they've done a bad job of keeping unemployment down — hardly surprising considering unemployment has risen by 100,000 since the election.
But while all this presents a great opportunity for Labour, other numbers show how bad a job they're doing at taking advantage of it. They're only getting a slim majority (55 per cent) of the voters who are dissatisfied with the government. And just one-in-five think the two Eds would do a better job with the economy. Even those who dislike the government don't believe Labour would be any better at managing the economy: 51 per cent of them think they'd be "about the same", and 19 per cent say "worse":