The arguable legacy of these elections will be what the winning party does to try and stem the country's economic crisis. Voters have much to think about, as they weigh issues such as the scale of public borrowing, whether or not there should be spending cuts, an emergency budget and the level of interest rates. And that's not to mention what each prospective government plans to do when it comes to the regulation of the banks.
With the economy in such a fragile state, and barely out of recession, the public desperately wants Britain to avoid becoming the next Greece. When they step into the ballot box on Thursday, it might be the leader they trust the most with their hard-earned money who ultimately earns their vote.