WHILE the election campaigns continue to move up a gear the pundits do seem to be agreeing on one thing - turnout could be a big issue this time round.
A staggering 33.8% of the electorate is `undecided' about which party to vote for on May 5 according to Acxiom, a leading data and data services company.
Acxiom surveyed 117,000 people across England and Wales asking them to reveal their voting intentions.
The results show there is widespread indecision, but it's at its highest in Birmingham, Bradford and Leicester.
The research also highlights that these `undecided' voters are predominantly 18-29 years old.