Does the campaign focus enough on policies?
It's the final full week of election campaigning and the last prime ministerial debate is on Thursday. But have you heard enough about party policies?
Labour want to cut the deficit by more than 50% by 2014, protect "frontline investment" in childcare, schools, the NHS and policing and restore the link between the state pension and earnings from 2012.
The Conservatives want spending cuts in all areas apart from health and foreign aid, to create a Pupil Premium, giving more money to schools that teach the poorest children and to recognise marriage in the tax system.
The Liberal Democrats want to focus on raising the threshold at which people start paying income tax from £6,475 to £10,000, introducing a banking levy until such time as banks' retail and investment arms can be separated and scrapping the identity card scheme.
Has the campaign been more focused on debates and polls than actual policies? What do you want the election campaign to focus on ahead of polling day? Have you changed the way you are likely to vote because of the campaign so far?
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