On Thursday (29th April) we see the third and final of three Live TV Prime Ministerial debates for the three main parties leaders:
Gordon Brown : Labour
David Cameron : Conservative
Nick Clegg : Liberal Democrat
The third Prime Ministerial TV debate is hosted by the BBC with David Dimbleby as the moderator and will be shown on BBC1 at 8:30pm on Thursday evening.
The location is The University of Birmingham in the Midlands and the debate subjects will be Economic Affairs, Financing of public services, Taxation, Debt, Deficit, Public finances, Recession, Recovery, Banking and finance, Business, Pensions, Jobs.
From a personal perspective the economic prime ministerial debate is the one I’m most looking forward to.
The 1st live TV prime ministerial debate was hosted by ITV with Alastair Stewart as the moderator on ITV1 and was viewed by almost 10 million and almost all credible sources agree the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg won on the night by a mile!
The 2nd live TV prime ministerial debate was hosted by SKY with Adam Boulton as the moderator on SKY News and was viewed by around 4 million and it was less clear who won the debate, most credible sources gave the debate to the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, but it wasn’t a clear win.
General election polls, including our very own weekly general election poll on this website are showing a massive jump in the polls for the Lib Dems with some polls now showing the Lib Dems in the lead for the first time!
The live TV debates has thrown the general election wide open, with the final debate on the Economy there’s everything to play for.
3rd General Election Live TV Leaders Debate Poll
Poll will be open at 8:45pm during the live TV debate.
Below is the poll from the 2nd Live TV debate.
Below is the poll from the 1st Live TV debate.