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Poll: Who will you vote for in 2015?
Labour (82)
27.61%
Conservatives (75)
25.25%
Lib Dems (13)
4.38%
UKIP (51)
17.17%
Other (43)
14.48%
I'm not going to vote (33)
11.11%
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(Original post by Numan786)
I love how you totally weren't biased to any of the parties


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Well actually I don't actively support any of them, they all have bad points but I will probably vote Labour next time because of a minority of issues. I don't particularly like any of them.
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Labour or Lib Dem.
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Green Party Hands down
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Oh I love this, I know some people who will be very amused by it. Thanks.
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ukip at least it is a change from the usual two
Interesting.
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Six votes for Labour? Oh dear. I can see history repeating itself... How can anyone think that Labour are a credible party?
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Not sure, though definitely not the Lib Dems
I don't think anyone in their right mind would waste their vote on them..
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I won't because I can't
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Six votes for Labour? Oh dear. I can see history repeating itself... How can anyone think that Labour are a credible party?
Interesting viewpoint. I don't think many people really think Labour are "credible" but they are seen as a better alternative to the tories aka the nasty party. They will just throw out a bunch of nice sounding policies and the rest is history.
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Interesting viewpoint. I don't think many people really think Labour are "credible" but they are seen as a better alternative to the tories aka the nasty party. They will just throw out a bunch of nice sounding policies and the rest is history.
You've hit the nail on the head. That's what they spew out. 'Nice sounding' policies. Like the price freeze on energy. First time anyone hears it.. Cracking idea! Once you actually think for a minute or two you realise it's a terrible idea.. But, how many voters just look at the 'nice' policies. Labour are full of crap.
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I will not vote.

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Monster raving loony party.
So will I if they put up a candidate in my constituency.
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I don't think anyone in their right mind would waste their vote on them..
Exactly. They made a load of promises and they never kept them. Plus as a student, I'm not going to vote for someone who promises to lower tuition fees then ends up raising them.
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Love how many loony lefties are opting for the 'non vote'

Only gives more power to the conservatives :rolleyes:
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How can people want to vote for Dave and his equally inept right hand man Gideon?!?! Unbelievable.
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How can people want to vote for Dave and his equally inept right hand man Gideon?!?! Unbelievable.
Surprising isn't it? He seems to be deliberately doing everything in his power to make himself as unpopular as possible.
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Obama obvs
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Undecided but definitely not Conservative.


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I don't want to vote for any of the top 3

I'd consider UKIP but I fear they might just be a sort of tory.
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(Original post by thoyub)
Simple poll to get an idea of political opinions. Which political party are you going to vote for in 2015?
I will most probably spoil my ballot paper; in my constituency Labour has always overwhelmingly won - "at 27,826, [the MP] has the largest majority of any sitting MP, having got 70.4% of the local vote". So there is no point really in me voting. However, I will because I believe I should. I may vote conservative, just so the small number is slightly higher.
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