Latest YouGov Poll gives the Conservatives a 24 point lead over Labour. The Weighted Moving Average gives 44:26:18 a lead of "only" 18 points. But YouGov tends to be ahead of the curve. At the start of the year the WMA was 40:33:17 so Labour have lost support faster than the Tories have gained. Another 5 months like the last and we'll see 48:19:19.
Only 15% of voters are satisfied with Brown as PM, 75% are dis-satisfied. This is after 10 months. It took John Major years to reach this level. In almost every way Brown is a far worse PM than Major - who never (AFAIK) told blatant lies and was always nice to people. Furthermore he left the public finances in good shape unlike Brown who has debauched them with off-balance-sheet PFI and Pensions liabilities that will take a decade to clear up.
Of course the Labour Party's finances are in a far worse mess - it is insolvent and, in theory, only weeks away from bankruptcy, being kept afloat entirely by the Trades Unions. The GMB has apparently indemnified their 2 NEC members against their liabilities - this means that creditors of the Labour Party could get their money from the GMB if they push hard enough. It would also solve the problem of how to get Brown to step down if he doesn't want to. Should some of the Labour Lenders do their Patriotic Duty, I wonder?