The rise of UKIP and the fall of the Lib Dems explains why Labour is maintaining a lead approaching the final year of this parliament.
Rather than Jeremy Browne, the party needs a centre-left figurehead, such as Tim Farron, to revive its fortunes.
How many know that the party still aspires to abolish tuition fees and plans to review the bedroom tax?
The ambitious Lib Dem is positioning himself as the "continuity candidate" in a future leadership contest.
Policies such as cutting the top rate of tax, reducing NHS spending and introducing for-profit free schools are politically toxic.
With each week, the party is giving more power and responsibility to individuals to shape their own destiny - the essence of liberalism.
Next week, the Deputy PM needs some pointed barbs, a few more jokes and a lot more passion.
The Deputy PM's pragmatic case for the EU gave him the edge over the tetchy UKIP leader.
The average British voter is not convinced by the case for the EU, nor persuaded that we would be better off out.
Clegg's party has lost more than 500,000 voters to Farage since 2010.