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General Election 2015: The Tories are still toxic

David Cameron has failed to convince voters that his party are committed to raising living standards

By Peter Kellner  

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Seldom does a poll explain an election campaign as clearly as one YouGov conducted this week for The Times. It shows precisely why the Conservatives have failed to convert months of good news on growth and jobs into a sustained lead in voting intention—and what they need to do in the final few days if David Cameron is to remain Prime Minister.

We explored public views of the policies of Labour and…

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