General Election 2015 manifestos: These are the 20 most used words in the Conservative and Labour pledges

 
Lynsey Barber
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It's manifesto madness ahead of May (Source: Getty)

With less than a month to go, the main political parties battling it out to gain a majority on the 7 May General Election have now revealed their manifestos.

In the blue corner are the Tories floating the "good life" among potential voters. In the red corner are Labour saying they are being "fiscally responsible" to the electorate.

At 83-pages long - each - that's some hefty bedtime reading to get through. And that doesn't even include the political swipes at each other's manifestos.

Here's how they compare at a glance, with a word cloud of the top 50 words as well as the 20 words most used by each party ranked (which could almost read as some sort of haiku).

Conservatives

Labour

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