An 18-point Conservative poll lead.
For abandonment of the Budget surplus target, for abandonment of the Work Capability Assessment, for workers' reps on boards, for restrictions on pay differences within companies, for a crackdown on tax avoidance, for a ban on tax-avoiding companies from public contracts, for a Department for Industrial Strategy, for a huge programme of infrastructure spending in general and of housebuilding in particular, for a cap on energy prices, for a ban on foreign takeovers, and for an inquiry into Orgreave.
Oh, and as of today, for no dental tests to ascertain the ages of child refugees, which was Labour policy nine years ago, although certainly not the view of the man who is now the Leader of the Labour Party.
The Left cares profoundly about having a left-wing Prime Minister. But the Right just wants a Tory. It will then convince itself that any Tory is right-wing, while any Tory who is a late-middle-aged woman is Margaret Thatcher.