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A lot has been said this election campaign about Ed Miliband's personality and personal appeal, but despite the best efforts of some adoring teenage girls, the Labour leader is far from liked.
None of the party leaders actually have positive ratings when 'dislikes' are subtracted from 'likes', with David Cameron emerging as the most-liked leader overall, as this chart from Statista shows.
Miliband fares significantly better when only people aged 18-24 are polled, but SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is the most-liked among this age group.
Nigel Farage meanwhile is the most disliked regardless of what measure is used.
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