Blimey, YouGov got this one out quick!
"Leaving aside your own party preference, who do you think performed best overall in tonight’s debate?"— YouGov (@YouGov) November 19, 2019
Boris Johnson - 51%
Jeremy Corbyn - 49%
(Figures rebased to exclude don't knows)
Further results to follow shortly at: https://t.co/begsQeyYOn pic.twitter.com/WHZivErxlE
That's it then. Can't call it either way. It was all rather tame. Don't think this debate will have swayed many, if any, voters.
Big plus for Corbyn was he spoke to the camera without referring to notes. Boris looking down every few seconds was very off putting.
Corbyn's face when asked who his favourite foreign leader is. His mind working overtime - "Don't say Maduro, don't say Maduro"
Some heckling there for Jezza from somewhere.
Good call from Corbyn there about the victims. However, his party was part and parcel of the grooming gang scandal. Shhh...
Corbyn's getting animated. Does he sense that the debate is running away from him?
"Magic money forest" - a cracking sideswipe from Boris against Corbyn there.
Corbyn says Labour will end austerity. The next government would have to bring it back in order to repair the damage done by a Labour government.
Beautifully put question from the Welsh lady there.
The Liam Byrne letter is a good shot, should have brought a copy though Boris.
The NHS has been in trouble for decades, Labour threw money at it for 13 years and got nowhere.
They found it equally funny when your leader claimed that Labour's Brexit policy was "very clear"#johnsonvcorbyn https://t.co/IltCtjGX6z— Bin The Labour Party (@binlabour) November 19, 2019
Not sure what Corbyn was trying to say at the end there, but no hesitation from Boris on the handshake. This will play well with viewers. At half-time it's fairly even, but Jezza wobbled a bit at the end, could put Boris ahead by a whisker. Impressed with Jezza's calm demeanour up to that point.
First interruption and it's from Corbyn. Suddenly he's looking more uncomfortable than Boris.
Corbyn was threatening to come back into this, but then the host mentioned anti-Semitism.
What is with Corbyn's spectacles?
At this point Boris should bring up the fact that Corbyn would be quite happy to see a border down the Irish Sea - he wants a united Ireland.
Corbyn refusing to answer another question, won't come across well to viewers.
Some good body blows from Boris on IndyRef2.
Corbyn says he hopes the Union won't be broken, but he is going to sanction IndyRef2 in order to sneak into Downing Street on the back of an SNP coalition.
Corbyn says Labour's Brexit policy is "very clear" - audience breaks out into laughter.
Good stuff from Boris, but please get it across that Labour's fake referendum won't have Leave as an option.
People don't want to hear anyone say "we will leave on such a date". Heard it all before.
Confident opening statement from Corbyn. Full of bull though.