Will faith influence your vote?
Tony Blair's spokesman Alastair Campbell famously once said the prime minister didn't "do God" when talking to the media. Will religion influence your vote?
Paul Woolley, director of the Christian think-tank Theos, says that despite a commonly held view that British public life is becoming ever-more secular, parties had been "working hard to make inroads into faith-based communities and organisations".
David Cameron's "Big Society" includes a government working with voluntary and faith groups, Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes frequent references to the "moral compass" he inherited from his clergyman father and Nick Clegg has said that he is not an "active believer" but has "enormous respect" for those who are.
Will your faith - or lack of it - influence the way you vote? Do you think the politics and religion should mix? Do you relate better to leaders that share your faith?