Exclusive poll shows Ed Miliband has the momentum after leaders debate

David Cameron’s fears over taking on Ed Miliband in a debate were proved right tonight as the public put the Labour leader neck-

and-neck with the Prime Minister in th

eir TV clash. The Tory leader had repeatedly chickened out of a one-on-one clash with Mr Mili

band, instead committing to a seven-way debate in a bid to hide in the crowd. But acc108期另版跑狗图 ording to our exclusive Survation poll, the same number of viewe

rs who thought Mr Cameron “won” thought Mr Milband was victorious - 25%. The survey shows the Labour leader has crucial momentum heading

into the final weeks of the General Election campaign. According to the survey Cameron and Miliband were neck and neck, with Nigel Farage

second in

24%, Nicola Sturgeon on 15%, Nick Clegg on 6%, Natalie Bennett on 3% and Leanne Wood last on 2%. When viewers were asked who had performed “the best”, Miliband was on 22%, joint with Farage on 22% - both of whom were ahead of Cameron on 21%. SNP leader Ms Stur

geon was on 19%, Clegg was 8%, with Ms Bennett and Ms Wood both on 4%