Does a paper's support for a party make a difference?
Two broadsheets have both ditched their support for Labour. Do newspapers have any influence over voters?
The Guardian and its Sunday sister paper, The Observer, are backing the Liberal Democrats, with the former saying it supported their stance on electoral reform.
And The Times and The Sunday Times have switched support to the Conservatives, saying leader David Cameron was ready to govern.
In 1992 The Sun newspaper famously declared "It's The Sun wot won it" on the morning after John Major's election victory.
Have you ever been influenced by the papers? Should papers remain neutral? How much influence do newspapers have?
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