Tonight’s leaders debate has led to a mesh of polls all suggesting different leaders came out on top.
The SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon came on top of the YouGov/Times poll with 28%
Farage followed at 20.3%, with Cameron just below at 17.6%, then Miliband at 14.8%, Clegg at 10.4%, then Bennett at 4.7%, finally followed by Wood at 4.2%.
However the ComRes poll says otherwise. Cameron, Farage and Miliband all came out on top with 21%, followed closely by Sturgeon at 20%, Clegg at 9%, Bennett at 5%, finally followed by Wood at 2%.
In the ICM poll Miliband won by a whisker at 25%, followed by Cameron at 24%. The rest of the leaders lagged behind, with Farage at 19%, Sturgeon at 17%, Clegg at 9%, Bennett at 3%, then Wood at 2%.
It was also revealed the SNP had 1200 new members sign up during the debate.
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