Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Cooper Rating Soars as Sewell Suffers CF Set Back.



TORY YOUTH National Chairman, Oliver Cooper, has sensationally seen his support surge and topped the latest Conservative Future [CF] poll, tbg can reveal.

The CF National Chairman has picked up support where his colleague and now without a doubt, rival, National Deputy Chairman Sarah-Jane Sewell has lost support since telling friends she is going to run for CF National Chairman via text. The news exploded on the political scene after one of the text message recipients leaked the information and wrote a seething blog post, viciously attacking the Tory Youth National Deputy Chairman.

Figures show that more CF'ers are willing to give the CF National Chairman Oliver Cooper a 5-Star rating over CF Deputy Sewell, whom topped the 1-Star rating choice. Some 52% of those that responded think positively of Cooper compared to 29.9% who think negatively.

83% of people asked view Sewell’s decision to stand at this time negatively. 21% say it was the wrong thing to do for her campaign, 31% say it is not good for Conservative Future and another 31% say it will negatively impact her ability to serve as Deputy National Chairman.

Polling expert Mo Metcalf-Fisher told tbg - "If the poll shows anything, it is that the respondents are not happy with the executive. As the 2015 general election looms ever closer, and the next CF election date remains unclear, how long must CF wait before its members can have a say on its leadership? We desperately need unity and Oliver Cooper needs the support of his executive.

"Toytown politics is ruining our organisation and I fear it may put off activists off at a time when we need as many feet on the ground as possible. There is at present a clear divide between Cooper and his executive. Without unity, whether coerced or otherwise, CF can forget building the necessary activist base for 2015."


[VIEW] FULL Poll Results & Analysis - [.PDF]

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

I strongly suspect that those 52% who responded positivly to Cooper did so because they like him personally. As do I. However I can not say he is doing a good job as chairman. The man is practically invisible and what exactly has he acheived for CF?

Anonymous said...

Mo should do a poll on Jasmine's popularity - OH WAIT WE ALL LOVE MISSJRAH!

toryvagabond said...

I love Mo's attack on central office. I agree, CCHQ need to donate some of their vast sums towards a CF activist army. Get this guy on the exec

Anonymous said...

Clearly a division between the executive. Cooper needs support from them. Is there a way of getting 'them' out?

A Concerned CFer said...

Glad to see Miss Sewell brought back down to Earth. Her antics have been outrageous of late, not to mention her hounding of Mr Cooper on Twitter. Very unprofessional.

Anonymous said...

5/7 National Executive members fundamentally disagree with Cooper's leadership approach; it's time he fell in line with the majority of his colleagues.

Samuel Fletcher's Dry Cleaner said...

This poll once and for all shows that CF backs Cooper's Style and Substance.
Exec members that oppose him or stop him from enacting what he wants are running against the will of CF members and need to U turn asap. If your on the exec and not supporting what Cooper is saying your anti democracy, anti CF and frankly doing it wrong,

Anonymous said...

I approve of Cooper. But more than that I approve of that girl he keeps. Wow.

Anonymous said...

@10:31 Which girl is that? The one whose name we aren't allowed to use?

Yeah, she's hot. Shame about her and Cooper.

Anonymous said...

Only because Cooper wants to spend the CF budget on alcohol.

Anonymous said...

@11:44 no, spending large budget's on alcohol is definitely her domain.

http://thebackbencher.co.uk/bristol-nus-delegate-candidate-promises-spend-entire-budget-alcohol/

Anonymous said...

He must have bought her a lot of gin to get her to not mind his tiny tiny ego.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to introduce her to my overgrown ego. I think she'd like it. Cooper did.

Anonymous said...

I like Cooper personally but, he's done nothing for CF. SJ is the only one who truly cares

Anonymous said...

1.24: ask yourself why you think she cares. She represents the negatives of British politics, displaying regularly the ability to not think before she acts, and acting callously towards others. She believes these abililities will help her become successful in politics, when in reality it has already done significant damage. She has surrounded herself with people who would happily drop her for their own personal gain, both with friends recently romantically. There could be some hope but she needs to have a serious think how she treats other people.

Anonymous said...

The second the Robinson for Chairman CF campaign was in trouble, she threw him under the bus and distanced herself from his slate. Ironically, all the slate but Robinson won their elections.

Food for thought.

Anonymous said...

Sj probably does care, but whoever is advising her needs to leave her alone. She claims she is not a robot but still wants to stand for chairwoman, how would that ever work?

louise richards said...

She does make mistakes but she is only human.

Anonymous said...

SJ doesn't just make mistakes, she's a walking cataclysm. Look at how she's messed up the Christmas drinks. The girl is an embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

Oh no! Not the Christmas drinks! How will we function without an organised Christmas get together?!

Anonymous said...

Lol @ springthorpe

Anonymous said...

Can someone actually tell me what these people are supposed to be doing? Aren't they just made up job titles?

Anonymous said...

The attack on central office is spot-on. Love this guy!

Anonymous said...

What are they doing? Because it seems like they're killing any hopes of success in ACTUAL politics that anyone actually cares about...

Anonymous said...

Just a massive lol at Luke. For several reasons

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