Are you worried about the economy?
The leaders of the three main parties will face scrutiny over their spending plans in Thursday's final TV debate. Have they made their plans clear enough?
The debate, on BBC 1 at 2030, will focus predominantly on the economy. It comes amid claims that the leaders are not being upfront ahead of polling day about the scale of future cuts.
On Tuesday the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) said no party had come "anywhere close" to being clear where the axe would fall, despite implications about the deepest cuts in spending since the 1970s.
Are the parties being upfront enough? What questions would you like to ask Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg about the economy? Which party has shown the most clarity on economic policy? Are you concerned about the scale of future cuts?
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