Boris Johnson or Jeremy Corbyn? This is who you think was better in the first leaders' TV debate
More than six million people watched the first live leaders' debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, which aired on ITV on Tuesday, November 19.
Following the Conservative and Labour leaders’ appearance, we asked you who you thought came off better.
In a Facebook poll, which saw around 900 Maill readers take part, the votes were split between Mr Johnson and Mr Corbyn with a near 50-50 division.
The Conservative leader gained 49.7% of your votes, with Labour leader Mr Corbyn just ahead on 50.3%.
After the programme, ITV said that Johnson v Corbyn: The ITV Debate, hosted by newsreader Julie Etchingham, was watched by a peak of 1.1 million 16-34 year olds.
The debate was up against Holby City on BBC One and MasterChef: The Professionals on BBC Two, which both aired during the same time slot.
The leader of the Conservatives clashed with the Labour leader over their rival plans for Brexit during the heated debate, with Mr Corbyn describing the Prime Minister's pledge to "get Brexit done" by the end of January as "nonsense", while Mr Johnson suggested his rival was "not fit to lead our country".
Mr Johnson and Mr Corbyn also contested issues concerning the NHS and a further referendum on Scottish independence in the first televised debate of the General Election campaign.
There are further leaders' events planned ahead of the election, with the BBC hosting a Question Time special on Friday.