Brit polls indicates Tory leader Cameron winning final debate

April 30th, 2010 - 1:29 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Apr.30 (ANI): Polls published immediately after the third and final debate involving Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Conservative Party leader David Cameron and Liberal Democratic Party leader Nick Clegg suggest Cameron is the winner.

YouGov puts Cameron on 41 percent, Clegg on 32 percent and Brown on 25 percent.

ComRes has Cameron two points ahead of Clegg on 35 percent with Brown trailing in third on 26 percent.

Angus Reids puts Cameron on 37 percent, eight points ahead of Clegg (29 percent) and 14 points ahead of Brown (23 percent).

However, a Populus poll for The Times puts Cameron and Clegg level on 38 percent and Brown on 25 percent.

An ICM poll for The Guardian has Brown in second place on 29 percent, Cameron on 35 percent and Clegg on 27 percent.

Sky News’ Instant Poll of Polls puts Cameron on 38 percent, Clegg on 32 percent and Brown on 26 percent. (ANI)

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