Latest poll (Populus/Times) Conservatives 36 seats short of a majority.
The Conservatives are still likely to emerge as the single largest party after the election, according to a new opinion poll which puts support for the party at its highest level since the first leaders' debate.
The latest Populus survey for the Times put the Tories up four points to 36 per cent, the Liberal Democrats down three to 28 per cent and Labour down one to 27 per cent. If repeated at the election on a uniform swing, the figures would leave David Cameron 36 seats short of a majority in a hung parliament.
CAMERON MUST MAKE THE ELECTORATE REALIZE THAT THE CHOICE IS HIM OR A HUNG PARLIAMENT WHICH JUST MEANS MORE LABOUR.
THEY WILL, MORE & MORE, CHOOSE HIM - AND IT SHOULD SNOW-BALL FROM HERE ON OUT.