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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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Voting UKIP
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I completely identify as a 'Shire Tory'.
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I'll wait and see who stands in my constituency, but if the candidates are anything like the sorry lot we had in 2010 then I'll be spoiling my ballot paper.
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Not voting, or maybe an idependent candidate
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Not voting, or maybe an idependent candidate
WHY>?
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UKIP for sure. I really don't get people who don't vote. They can't really moan at the state of things
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Conservatives stand for lower taxes and generally smaller and less intrusive government.

Labour stands for higher spending, higher taxes, higher debt, a police state and mass uncontrolled immigration. But it does protect badgers.

Lib dems stand for higher university tuition fees and generally being a downright nuisance.

UKIP stands for a temporary freeze on immigration, protecting national identity and tougher on crime, harsher sentences etc.
I'd go with UKIP. Conservatives are the best of the main 2 though as at least they understand economics (rubbish aside from that).
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UKIP. Not much that they stand for that I disagree with.
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How come most are quite right wing here? And how can anyone vote ukip?- farge is a bigger prat than Cameron


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My constituency is a strong Labour seat, and my MP is fantastic, one of the best in my eyes. Thus it's an obvious Labour vote. Hopefully by then Labour will also have either a less divisive leader, or Ed is more popular.

And of course, actual policies (Though they'll obviously appear in the run up to 2015).
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Will be supportive of the current government, in any case I live in an area in England where the PM is my MP and is a Conservative stronghold anyway.

I generally support the incumbent as I prefer continuity and stability.

Much of the policies enacted by the government hasn't affected me or has been beneficial for me as I work hard for my money and don't scrounge on benefits.

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Voting UKIP
I'm amazed at how many people have chosen UKIP, I would have thought most would choose Labour at least...
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I'll wait and see who stands in my constituency, but if the candidates are anything like the sorry lot we had in 2010 then I'll be spoiling my ballot paper.
Good for you.
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UKIP for sure. I really don't get people who don't vote. They can't really moan at the state of things
This next election should be really interesting... :eek:
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I'd go with UKIP. Conservatives are the best of the main 2 though as at least they understand economics (rubbish aside from that).
I'm surprised by how many are going for UKIP or Tories. Conservatives don't understand how to connect with people and public opinion, UKIP are obviously smarter in that respect.
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I'm amazed at how many people have chosen UKIP, I would have thought most would choose Labour at least...
Why would you think most people would vote Labour? They turned their backs on the working class a long time ago, what do they really stand for?

I am a member of the Green Party and will obviously give them my vote... or I will run myself, I'm wanting to in the next couple of years.
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Why would you think most people would vote Labour? They turned their backs on the working class a long time ago, what do they really stand for?

I am a member of the Green Party and will obviously give them my vote... or I will run myself, I'm wanting to in the next couple of years.
Good luck with that..

You have to remember, many people in this country want to live on benefits and what better party to cater for their scrounging lifestyles than Labour? Their 13 years in government have changed the face of the British electorate in a very big way, largely due to letting in many immigrants. And also, many people will just blindly vote Labour no matter what damage they do, maybe just to get one over on the Tories? Who knows. There are a lot of socialists in this country who are for lack of a better word, brainwashed. Many people love the idea of things being handed to them on a plate.

I will personally vote Labour next time, not because I support them (quite the opposite) but they will probably win anyway and I am passionate about ending the badger cull which they have indicated they are against.
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Green Party for me .
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UKIP, BNP in suits.
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Who'll I'll be campaigning and voting for: Labour
Who'll win the seat: Tories
Who I would vote for if it actually counted: Green
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