The latest ComRes poll for the Independent on Sunday has some interesting details about how people perceive the main parties and their leaders.
An online survey of 2,000 British adults between March 11 and 13 puts Labour as the most favourably viewed party, with the Green Party's Natalie Bennett the least favourably viewed leader.
No leader is viewed more favourably than their party, with only David Cameron (minus one point) and Nicola Sturgeon (no difference) coming close.
Meanwhile, the latest voting intentions poll is as below:
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