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A ComRes poll said 43 percent of the people thought Clegg was the clear winner; 26 percent thought the Conservatives' David Cameron won and 20 percent thought Labour's Prime Minister Gordon Brown won. There was some 11 percent who thought there was no clear winner. ComRes sampled some 4,032 people by telephone immediately after the debate for ITV News. No margin of error was given, but in samples of a similar size there is plus or minus of less than two percentage points.
A Populus poll for The Times showed 61 percent of the respondents gave Clegg the victory, while 22 percent said they thought Cameron won and 17 percent thought Brown won. The sample size was more than 1,000 people with a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
One audience member in the debate described Clegg as the "Barack Obama of British politics."
Originally posted by Kram09
I was originally going to vote Liberals, but I instead decided that I would vote Conservatives as I thought they were more likely to get in.
But partly due to watching the debate tonight I'm going to stick to my guns and go with my original choice of the Liberal Democrats.