Opinion respondents said that the Conservative leadership had declined, finding that the Labor Party had received part of the leave vote.
Before the Socialists bought champagne, the Tory leadership was still at 12%, but Jeremy Corbyn still dreams of Downing Street.
His term as Prime Minister may be more of a possibility than a probability, but nervous Tories now recognize that Boris Johnson is defensible.
A worried conservative, sitting in a safe place, confided to me that a NHS crisis in the winter, when Johnson opened his mouth and put a size 10 in, or another Jacob Rees-Mogg Grenfell-Gaffe, held the keys to No10 in Corbyn's lap could drop.
Terror is rising in Tory's headquarters on a daily basis, and the direct TV debates will show that it is a fading fool directed against the real changes offered by an elderly sage.
Jaded Johnson is not a great activist, he's just a PR fan. The cameras that went out in his Trump rally in Brum, showed that it was a trick of the British mini-Me of the US President. They showed a few hundred ministrants crammed into a small corner of a huge hall to mislead the viewers that they were big crowds.
Tory's prime minister shuns voters as if they were angry husbands. This is a tacit admission of those responsible that he loses control and is not in charge.
Labor spending plans to boost income, revive the civil service, and boost the economy could become more attractive and credible around 12 December.
Scrooge Boris may pretend to be Santa Johnson, but he is unconvincing because, unlike Labor, no tax increases are planned for the rich to fund his campaign promises, and his dearly poor Brexit would cut a huge hole in the country's finances.
Take a closer look at the Tory record and the UK has earned better, as the Gaffe-Tastic Johnson admitted.
The Tory promise of 6,000 additional family doctors? Of the 5,000 GPs promised in 2015, 1,600 were. More money for schools? The majority would face budget cuts from next April.
Conservatives complain that two former Labor MPs have backed Johnson, but ignore the fact that Brother Jo or the Queen does not trust the Prime Minister.
Corbyn's unpopularity is a burden on Labor, which would come closer to power with a fresh face in a startling way.
In a volatile era, after nine years of dreary Tory austerity, the yearning for change is Corbyn's golden ticket.