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Election 2015: Who's going to win? Your guess is as good as theirs

The opinion polls suggest the 2015 general election is too close to call, putting the two main parties - Labour and the Conservatives - neck and neck.

The rise in support for UKIP, the SNP and the Green Party, and talk of erosion in the Liberal Democrat vote, has also created a more fragmented political landscape then ever before.

The BBC's Vanessa Barford travelled from Cornwall to the Shetland Islands to hear who voters think might form the next government on 8 May.

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