It appears that the economic news today is almost unrecognizable from the gloomy early years of the Coalition. As voters look more positively on the economy, it strengthens the Cameron and Osborne brand on the economy.

In our latest opinion poll for the Observer, David Cameron and George Osborne were chosen by voters over Ed Miliband and Ed Balls as most trusted to handle the economy by a margin of two-to-one (40% vs 21%). The change from just over a year ago is clear, with Cameron and Osborne's lead almost doubling from 11% to 19%.

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