Ed Miliband admitted last month that he has an image problem, but called for people to vote for him not because of his looks but because of his policies.
In spite of this plea, a survey this month asked voters to judge the leaders of the four largest political parties based purely on their personality.
The results weren't particularly good for any of them:
That's right, a third of respondents said Nick Clegg gave them a feeling of nothing.
Nigel Farage, on the other hand, made 29 per cent of respondents disgusted.
The prime minister is the political leader most likely to leave voters with a feeling of frustration.
Mr Miliband leaves 11 per cent of the electorate in a dazed state of confusion, apparently.
You can see the rest of the results here.