Daily Mail: Could spring sunshine swing the election? Glorious weather boosts turnout to 75% in some areas as millions cast their votes in most unpredictable poll for a generation

* Britain is having its say as voters flock to the 50,000 polling station dotted across the UK from 7am today
* Quarter of voters say they are still not sure who to vote for and may change their mind before polls close at 10pm
* David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg all voted in their constituencies alongside their wives this morning
* Most recent election poll puts Conservatives just a point ahead of Labour, with UKIP and Liberal Democrats behind
* 52 per cent of voters would prefer Mr Cameron to continue in Downing Street, with 31 per cent favouring Mr Miliband
* Experts believe the good weather could push turnout up to 75% in some areas, particularly in Scotland

Millions have today cast their vote in glorious weather with just a few hours to go until the polls close in the most unpredictable General Election race for a generation - as experts predicted turnout could be up to 75 per cent in some areas.

David Cameron, Ed Miliband and the other party leaders have all been to their local polling station as an exclusive eve-of-election poll for the Daily Mail by ComRes puts the Tories just a point ahead of Labour.


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