After conference week, Tory polling is a disaster; they’re knackered

This would be a good article/clip for you to watch in tandem with the Russell Howard clip that I’ve put into a separate article.

This one is from Phil Moorhouse’s A Different Bias and discusses the Tory Party’s polling – which has stayed in the pits after their party conference. Forget what the pundits said about her speech – Liz Truss’s poll rating fell after it, while Keir Starmer’s improved.

Meanwhile in the nation as a whole, the Tories’ support in rural areas collapsed – people are turning, not to the Liberal Democrats but Labour.

Phil has a few things to say about that – here:

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