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Party leader debate attracts 9.4m viewers

16 Apr
Those with an interest in marketing jobs might be interested to learn that the first live TV debate between the UK's political party leaders achieved an audience of 9.4 million viewers.

This is according to unofficial overnight figures, while a variety of polls showed Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg had the highest approval rating among the public.

Anyone on the lookout for marketing vacancies could be intrigued to learn that the Daily Mail, Wickes and secured the first three 30 second advertising slots after the programme.

Television broadcasters sought to summarise the effectiveness of each candidate in getting their message across to viewers.

One poll for Sky News and FizzBack ? which surveyed more than 10,000 individuals via text message - showed 37 per cent of respondents preferred Clegg, with 32 per cent going for Labour's Gordon Brown and 31 per cent for the Conservative's David Cameron.

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