The following two quotes were taken from Suffolk and Essex online:
The ICM poll puts Labour on 29%, 10 points behind the Tories on 39%, with the Liberal Democrats on 22%.; and
The Tories would not win an election outright on these figures but they would be the largest party in Parliament. Labour's support equals a previous record low for the party in an ICM/Guardian poll recorded in May 1987, just a month before Margaret Thatcher secured her third general election victory.If those two quotes are not enough evidence that the electoral commission isn't doing it's job then I don't know what is.