MILLIE Court and Liam Reardon will win Love Island by a landslide, a massive poll of Sun readers predicts.
Nearly half of more than 50,000 diehard fans of the dating series said they wanted the Welsh bricklayer and Essex girl to come top.
Chloe Burrows and Toby Aromolaran were miles back in second. Bookies agree on the top two but reckon it will be close.
Many fans, meanwhile, blasted the shortage of sex on the series and nearly all wanted to see the return of the lie detector.
Most rated this series “average” or “pretty poor” but the majority want Love Island to return.
Our survey gave Liam, 22, and administrator Millie, 24, a huge 47.42 per cent of the vote.
Chloe, 30, Toby, 22, made second with 24.37 per cent just a whisker ahead of Faye Winter and Teddy Soares, both 26, who 24.08 per cent want to win.
Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank, both 26, have almost no hope, according to our poll, with just 4.13 per cent saying they want them to triumph.
'They’re streets ahead'
A source said: “Millie and Liam are clearly the nation’s sweethearts.
"No one else looks like they’ll be able to come close to them. They’re streets ahead according to the poll.”
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Viewers were also asked what they thought of this year’s show and many did not rate it.
Comparing it to previous years, only 12.69 per cent thought it was the “best yet”. Some 54 per cent said it was “average” and nearly 30 per cent branded it poor.
More than two thirds — 67.5 per cent — said the format needed a “shake-up”.
A whopping 80 per cent called for the return of the dramatic lie detector task.
Millie and Liam are clearly the nation’s sweethearts.
Viewers were split over the inclusion of gay contestants.
Some 42 per cent said producers should have gay contestants in next year’s run, while 39 per cent said they should not.
The others were undecided.
Many were put out at the producers’ decision to edit out night romps despite contestants using codewords to discuss how they had “graduated” — or had sex.
However, 51 per cent said the show should not include sex scenes and was fine as it is.
In positive news for ITV bosses, 63.86 per cent “definitely” want to see a Winter Love Island which, presumably, would be shot in South Africa as previously.
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