In your latest opinion poll you ask leading questions about Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs), the results of which you then trumpeted as 'proving' that most Londoners support your anti-4x4 policies. If you had wanted to get a different answer, you could equally well hva ephrased the question as follows:
"Some say that SUVs are environmentally friendly, because, despite the increase in sales, CO2 from them has fallen 17.3 per cent. They also argue that, far from taking up road space, the three best-selling 4x4s on the market are actually shorter than a Ford Mondeo or a Vauxhall Vectra.
Do you agree or disagree that the Mayor is unfairly demonising SUVs as a means to generate more revenue for his failing congestion charge?"
Would the Mayor undertake that future opinion polls will not preface questions with leading comments?