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Overall who do you think won the BBC News Prime Ministerial Debate?

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Offline Alligator

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Following on from last week's poll I thought we may as well have another one following tonight's debate on ther BBC.



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BBC.

Dimlumbum was OK, other three scrotes relied too much on 'I would like', bit short on 'I will', still scared shitless about immigration as well.

Equallly feckless and shifty I would say.

Brown looks old and used up doesn't he?
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Seems the pollsters have given it to Cameron, though if I'm honest I didn't think he was as good as they suggested.
Gordnod was the same as normal.
For me Clegg was the best, just.
But I think the press will give the blues a huge unwarrented lift tomorrow morning on the basis of that performance.

Still undecided... :-\

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I don't know who won. I didn't even watch it. I had more important things to do, like recording the Asking the Climate Question event (videos appearing online tomorrow with a bit of luck).

The leader of the party whose candidate most impressed me at that event wasn't even invited to join the presidential debate, and their party isn't listed in this poll.

I therefore vote "none of the above".
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I'm  suffering with piety fatigue from Clegg.

Brown was Brown - although he seems to be becoming more human lately.

I thought Cameron looked worried and seemed to be goaded into attack mode when Brown said 'no coalition' to him.

I don't agree with the dead tree press. I think Brown and Clegg tied and Cameron trailed both throughout.  not that it matter, I can't vote for or against any of them :)

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I don't know who won. I didn't even watch it. I had more important things to do, like recording the Asking the Climate Question event (videos appearing online tomorrow with a bit of luck).

The leader of the party whose candidate most impressed me at that event wasn't even invited to join the presidential debate, and their party isn't listed in this poll.

I therefore vote "none of the above".


Sorry Simon I forgot to add the undecided option.  I've added it now.

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I still believe that this is a beauty contest to determine, which of the pretty boys fine young cannibals will fight the old dragon warhorse, as they say Brown proved to me that there is still a lot of fight in the old dog yet. Cameron and Clegg I just cannot "click" with either of them. They remind me very much of present council leaders all vision, promise but were reluctant to deliver on their promises party manifestos. They would not explain how they would save the money they plan to, or where the cuts will be I personally  think if either of the two FYC win they will run the country like one of their District Councils! Remember Newbury DC circa early/mid/late 1980s SDP/Liberal/Libdem or whatever they called themselves rainbow coalition comes to mind?

Labour councils of the 1980s don't seem to be as loony different from  some Tory councils today.

The debates have done one thing they have focussed people who I speak to onto this election is serious and it could seriously damage their future as they have got the message is all about who will best deliver the recovery  :-\




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@therailwayman Cameron's 16 pledges its called "the contract" nothing new here is there? Has it already been said by libdems&Labour? http://bit.ly/bABOtE

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Conservatives a simple contract with the electorate hahahahahaha heard it all before Dave! Was it from Clegg or Brown? Are you stealing the other parties clothes? Looks a bit desperate to me I am sure Clegg can do better? Clegg is articulating himself very well this morning on Sky. He was asked some difficult questions this morning by members of the public.

He said to interviewer that accused him of holding out two hands to everyone that he just stood by and watched Cameron and Brown Bickering with each other. I thought it was him and Cameron that were head to head bickering?
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Cameron and Clegg I just cannot "click" with either of them.
I think this is a good description of how I feel about them too.

Dave simply didn't seem to have any answers to the tough questions. Obviously, Clegg didn't either and it was Brown who got us into this mess in the first place, so I don't trust anything he says.

All-in-all, lots of style, very little substance.

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So how does T/S compare so far with the National Polsters?

                        ICM/AR/You Gov/Com Res/Populus/Average      
Cameron          35   36   41   35   38   =   37
Clegg               27    30   32   33   38   =   32
Brown              29   23   25   26   25   =   25.6

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It is being reported that those that listened to the debate on Radio put Brown as the clear winner. Perhaps body language are the non verbal indicators. Maybe on TV it is the pretty boys that won it?

Is it that people fell for the chat up line of yeah I am fresh and new but how long is it before the same old chat up lines become jaded and lose their appeal?
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I think that one was run by Sky.  Unfortunately no account was taken or weighting given to people's background/voting intention/prior voting history.  So as they said completely unscientific.

But the reality is most people watched it on TV, and so non verbal indicators are unconciously absorbed and even with coaching it's harder to disguise when someone is trying to be dis-ingenious.

I suppose it's why people generally find it easier to lie on the telephone.

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seeing as how most of the threads ahve been taken over by a bad attack of swindonviewpoint I'm posting this here, hope you can view it!

http://election.foe.co.uk/page/speakout/torymps?source=0428email&utm_source=2010%2B04%2029%20Challenge%20Video&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=04%2F29%2F10
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seeing as how most of the threads ahve been taken over by a bad attack of swindonviewpoint I'm posting this here, hope you can view it!

http://election.foe.co.uk/page/speakout/torymps?source=0428email&utm_source=2010%2B04%2029%20Challenge%20Video&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=04%2F29%2F10


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Cannot fathom how the questions were phrased to conclude that Boden Boy won.
I thought he was light on policy, clear ( and scary ) on ideology and exposed a liar on his 'cap to solve immigration'
I'm mortally tired of hearing about his state educated children... he/she/it is only in the state sector because he's scared shitless of using the private sector. The moment he loses this election he'll whip the mini-Cams out of the school in his chi-chi neighbourhood and bung them in an Eton pre-prep.

The most terrifying thing about him was that evry now and then he looked and sounded like.....Margaret Thatcher.

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