David Cameron is the politician most voters would trust to renegotiate Britain's membership with the European Union, according to a poll for The Times.
The Prime Minister received 36%, Labour leader Ed Miliband was backed by 18%, the UKIP leader Nigel Farage got 10% and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg got 5%.
To the surprise of many Lib Dems, Nick Clegg appears to have played down the importance of the Coalition's divide on an in-out referendum.
Business leaders in Davos are worried about the Prime Minister's pledge to put Britain's membership of the European Union to a referendum.
With some in France keen to "roll out the red carpet" for a British exit, Germans favouring decentralisation welcome EU renegotiation talks.