Snap poll taken immediately following the ITV News seven-way leaders debate on 2nd April 2015.
Cameron, Farage, Miliband tie debate, Bennett loses – ITV News / ComRes poll
The ITV News / ComRes poll of 1,120 people watching the debate puts Cameron, Miliband, Farage, Sturgeon tied as the winner and Bennett as the loser, after the half-time poll showed Nigel Farage as performing best and also tied worst with Natalie Bennett.
|Leader||Performed BEST||Performed WORST|
|David Cameron, Conservative||21%||15%|
|Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrat||9%||6%|
|Ed Miliband, Labour||21%||14%|
|Nigel Farage, UKIP||21%||20%|
|Leanne Wood, Plaid Cymru||2%||16%|
|Natalie Bennett, Greens||5%||25%|
|Nicola Sturgeon, SNP||20%||4%|
Date Published: 2nd April 2015
Categories: GE2015 | Media | Politics | Public and communities | UK
Client: ITV News
ComRes pre-recruited a sample of British adults who said they were likely to watch the debate. ComRes interviewed 1,120 British adults who watched the debate, none of whom was included in the half-time poll. Data are weighted to be demographically representative of those who were certain to watch. The survey took place immediately after the debate. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.