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    Conservatives
    42
    34.71%
    Labour
    42
    34.71%
    Liberal Democrats
    12
    9.92%
    UKIP
    11
    9.09%
    Greens
    6
    4.96%
    Other
    8
    6.61%

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    I thought you were going to post a link to the TSR election in the OP James?
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    I, unsurprisingly, would be voting for Labour. I honestly wish the internal dialogue and the commitment to unity was more like the Labour supporters on TSR but my support remains firm. Here's to the next generation all the same.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    I thought you were going to post a link to the TSR election in the OP James?
    Ohh I thought you meant the other way around, will edit the OP now!

    Shame that the Tories are getting thrashed in this opinion poll compared to last night how the tables have turned...
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Ohh I thought you meant the other way around, will edit the OP now!

    Shame that the Tories are getting thrashed in this opinion poll compared to last night how the tables have turned...
    I wouldn't worry too much about it seeing as there's only 39 voters. When you posted your first 'prediction' I hadn't even voted here yet.
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    Obviously Labour
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    Labour. But this is a really tricky one because Labour just aren't providing a strong opposition at the moment. They're all over the bloody place and it's embarrassing. Really embarrassing. How anyone could be crazy enough to vote for another Tory government after the atrocities we've seen since they were let loose independent of the Lib Dems though is beyond me.

    The best option to be honest is that we all vote Monster Raving Looney Party and give a giant two fingers to the main parties and there shambolic childlike behaviour.
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    just vote bloody green im tired of this ****
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    Definitely the Conservatives.
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    Labour
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    (Original post by stepmumdiaries)
    Labour. But this is a really tricky one because Labour just aren't providing a strong opposition at the moment. They're all over the bloody place and it's embarrassing. Really embarrassing. How anyone could be crazy enough to vote for another Tory government after the atrocities we've seen since they were let loose independent of the Lib Dems though is beyond me.
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    Labour
    A good choice
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    A good choice
    The gaps luckily closing between us and you
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    The gaps luckily closing between us and you
    'Tis a shame

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    The gaps between the quality of our respective parties though are still vast though


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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    'Tis a shame

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    The gaps between the quality of our respective parties though are still vast


    And the gap between your RL party and the general public are exponentially increasing
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    And the gap between your RL party and the general public are exponentially increasing
    I can't argue with that
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    jamestg If you're trying to make predictions for the MHoC election based on this, you do know that not all MHoC parties have a rl equivalent, right?
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    jamestg If you're trying to make predictions for the MHoC election based on this, you do know that not all MHoC parties have a rl equivalent, right?
    Yep. Seemed to work last time though.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Yep. Seemed to work last time though.
    Fair enough
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    Either Conservative or UKIP.

    I don't like Nigel Farage or some of UKIP's policies (especially their stance on gay marriage). However, our local UKIP MP is fantastic and has always put his community first.

    I really do like the conservatives under Theresa May. She's a really strong leader, we need right now. However, the local MP for conservatives is absolutely awful and arrogant.

    Basically, I have either got to vote for our fantastic UKIP local MP or the actual party I want to lead the country.
 
 
 
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