Britain: Only 26% Approve of Gordon Brown

Only JokingImage by didbygraham via Flickr Do you approve or disapprove of Gordon Brown’s performance as Prime Minister?

Approve 26%
Disapprove 66%
Not sure 8%

Do you approve or disapprove of David Cameron’s performance as Leader of the Opposition?

Approve 48%
Disapprove 39%
Not sure 13%

Do you approve or disapprove of Nick Clegg’s performance as leader of the Liberal Democrats?

Approve 40%
Disapprove 29%
Not sure 32%

Source: Angus Reid Strategies
Methodology: Online interviews with 2,077 British adults, conducted on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16, 2009. Margin of error is 2.2 per cent. Related articles

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Britain: Libyan Screw-Up Sinks Gordon Brown Even Lower

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Polling Data
From what you know about Gordon Brown’s dealings with Libya has it improved your opinion of him lessened it or has it made no difference?

Improved 5%
Lessened 43%
Don’t know 8%

Source: YouGov
Methodology: Online interviews with 2,009 British voters, conducted on Sept. 10 and Sept. 11, 2009. No margin of error was provided.
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Half of the British Want Gordon Brown to Quit

In your view, should Gordon Brown stay on as prime minister or should the Labour Party replace him with someone else?

Sept. 24 Sept. 19
Mr. Brown should stay on 39% 29%
He should be replaced 49% 54%
Don’t know 12% 17%

Who would make the best prime minister?

Sept. 2008 Aug. 2008
David Cameron 32% 37%
Gordon Brown 24% 19%
Nick Clegg 7% 6%
Don’t know 37% 37%

Source: YouGov / The Sun
Methodology: Online interviews with 1,536 British voters, conducted on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24, 2008. No margin of error was provided.

British Believe EVERYTHING Worse Under Gordon Brown

It is now just over a year since Gordon Brown took over as prime minister from Tony Blair. Do you think that the following things have changed for the better, changed for the worse, or not really changed at all, compared with how they were before Gordon Brown became prime minister?

Better Worse No change
The state of the economy 3% 82% 12%
The situation in Iraq 11% 33% 51%
The National Health Service 12% 26% 59%
Standards in schools 11% 23% 51%
Relations with America 8% 21% 62%
Standards in public life 4% 56% 36%
Tackling crime and anti-social behaviour 6% 57% 35%
The level of taxes 4% 69% 24%

Source: Populus / The Times
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 1,507 British adults, conducted from Jul. 4 to Jul. 6, 2008. No margin of error was provided.