The Exeter branch of No2ID got in touch with the latest findings from the group opposed to identity cards.
They say that a new poll conducted by ICM for NO2ID shows that public support for ID cards is at its lowest point so far, with a clear majority opposed to the scheme.
NO2ID has asked the same question about ID cards since June 2005, to reveal the trend in public opinion.
From the latest poll, 60 per cent said they thought ID cards were a bad idea while 38 per cent said they thought they were a good idea. Asked separately about plans for a national database which lies behind the scheme, the public is opposed by a 2-to-1 majority.
According to the anti-ID campaigners, the Home Office is still pushing ahead with the scheme. Gordon Brown misled many by his remarks at the Labour Party conference, but there has been no change of plan. A £544,000 government advertising scheme has been launched this month aimed at convincing businesses that ID cards will matter to them.
NO2ID has launched its Stop the ID Card Con campaign.