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Leaders' debate: Who won?

While David Cameron claimed victory in the instant poll done by YouGov/The Sun, Nick Clegg has stolen the crown in a poll by ComRes/ITV.

The Lib Dem leader clinched victory with 33 per cent of the vote, with Brown and Cameron neck and neck on 30 per cent.

And a massive 36 per cent said they planned to vote Lib Dem after tonight's debate - more than both the Tories and Labour.

Nick Clegg was also seen as the politician who gave the most honest answers.

But interestingly, Clegg has seen his score collapse compared to last week's debate. The same ComRes poll found the Lib Dem leader soar into the lead with 43 per cent, with Cameron on 26 per cent and Brown on 20 per cent.

ComRes interviewed 2691 GB adults on 22nd April by an automated telephone survey immediately after the Sky Leaders’ Debate.

 

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