According to the pollsters support for the blasted tags drops of to almost minimal when the cost rises over £100.
Worse, the left leaning academic institution even calls for the Home Secrettary's head over the case.
Dr Edgar Whitley of the LSE said: "We have been surprised at how little consistent or reliable information exists about the Government's proposals. Claims are routinely made for the scheme - and then just as quickly are abandoned or contradicted." His colleague professor Ian Angell said: "We don't know what to believe any more. Contradictions, guesswork and wishful thinking on the part of the Home Office make a mockery of any pretence that this scheme is based on serious reasoning." The report says the financial arrangements for bringing in the cards - which could cost everyone in Britain £500 - are "almost entirely secret". And it adds: "We are mystified as to why no Government department has signed up to the scheme or published material on costs and benefits.