Polls published tomorrow will show that the Labour Party’s lead over the Nationalist Party is down by 5% and Robert Abela’s trust rating is cratering.
Over the past week, Robert Abela has also demanded pollsters and pro-Labour newspapers who are under the government’s payroll to change their surveys’ results by faking his trust rating. It is yet to be seen whether the recipients of this indecent proposal have accepted it.
Vincent Marmara, the pro-Labour pollster concluded a poll just before Parliament’s vote on Jean-Paul Sofia’s public inquiry but refused to publish it given it was showing a significant reduction in Labour voters. Following the vote on the public inquiry, both the Labour Party’s and Robert Abela’s trust ratings kept cratering.