Revealed: the three blogs Lib Dem MPs respect

Iain Dale has the results of a ComRes survey of 151 MPs (undertaken back in April-May this year) to find out which journalists and which bloggers they most respect. Here are the findings:

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Flattered as we are to come in third – and delighted as we are that the blogs which come in first and second are both run by Lib Dems – if there are any Lib Dem MPs reading this post, may we urge you to visit the Lib Dem Blogs aggregator regularly to get an even better idea of the party’s blogging talent? I’m sure that will help you populate the last two places in the table.

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  • No blogs 4 and 5? Surely some mistake?

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