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Post Debate Poll - April 29 2010

Fieldwork: April 29th 2010

published by The Times

Leaving aside which party you support, which of the three leaders would you most like to see as Prime Minister after the election?

 Pre debatesPost first debatePost second DebatePost third debate
David Cameron47%35%37%37%
Gordon Brown30%22%26%25%
Nick Clegg23%43%37%38%
Net 'Clegg'-24%+8%0%+1%

Taking everything into account, please rank the three party leaders for how well they did in tonight's debate? (Change since last week's second debate shown in brackets)

 WinnerSecond-bestWorst
David Cameron38% (+1%)26% (+5%)37% (-6%)
Gordon Brown25% (-2%)26% (-5%)50% (+8%)
Nick Clegg38% (+2%)49% (+1%)14% (-2%)

Please say if you think each of the following attributes applies to each of the three party leaders.

David CameronPre debatesPost debate 1Post debate 2Post debate 3
Strong42%49%45%49%
Likeable53%45%38%40%
Has what it takes to be Prime Minister50%50%46%47%
Knows how to get our economy strong35%35%35%36%
Has clear ideas to deal with the important problems facing Britain35%47%46%45%
Will change this country for the better38%37%37%37%
Is in touch with ordinary people29%31%28%30%
Gordon BrownPre debatesPost debate 1Post debate 2Post debate 3
Strong38%43%46%40%
Likeable15%14%16%13%
Has what it takes to be Prime Minister36%40%43%38%
Knows how to get our economy strong33%40%43%41%
Has clear ideas to deal with the important problems facing Britain33%35%39%34%
Will change this country for the better20%21%21%215
Is in touch with ordinary people23%23%24%21%
Nick CleggPre debatesPost debate 1Post debate 2Post Debate 3
Strong14%40%36%36%
Likeable54%82%76%75%
Has what it takes to be Prime Minister19%42%39%37%
Knows how to get our economy strong17%32%24%25%
Has clear ideas to deal with the important problems facing Britain17%64%49%48%
Will change this country for the better27%53%45%44%
Is in touch with ordinary people38%72%61%60%
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