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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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Whoever Rupert Murdoch supports will win.

(Original post by meenu89)
Yes, I would never vote Labour. Labour haven't been for the working class since 1997.
I'll admit Labour have a dire record for supporting those who want to better themselves.
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Surprising how many young people are planning on voting Conservative.
For me I just about miss out on the 2015 one but the next one probably Labour or none
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(Original post by Moosferatu)
Whoever Rupert Murdoch supports will win.



I'll admit Labour have a dire record for supporting those who want to better themselves.
Yes because it worked at the last election....
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For me I just about miss out on the 2015 one but the next one probably Labour or none
That's a pity but don't worry, Labour will get in next time.
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Yes because it worked at the last election....
You underestimate the stupidity of the collective.
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Seconded. Labour is for the underclass. A class of scum well below the working class.
Well done on making me feel guilty.
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Either Labour or SNP... most likely Labour, although a Labour/SNP coalition would be an exciting prospect. Tories are just disgusting posh English ****ers. Guys look how much better Scotland is with a left-wing government - free university tuition, free prescriptions etc.
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(Original post by thoyub)
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.
Biased much? And btw, this is coming from someone who'd vote 'Other'.
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Harold Saxon.






Honestly? Whoever seems like the lesser of the evils.
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I'll spoil my ballot.
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I'm pretty sure I'm going to vote for Labour. None of the parties are perfect but I'm going to pick the lesser of two evils and I feel that the coalition hasn't really done much to help me out. They scrapped EMA, raised tuition fees, pushed all my exams to June, closed down some of the government-run charities around my area,(didn't directly affect me, but saw it affect others) who knows what else they'll do that'll end up causing a negative impact on my life and tbh it seems like it's just as hard as it was before to get a job so i'm really not convinced about either of them. Another five years? No thanks.

No offence but if Conservative couldn't even win the 2010 general election by themselves after all the disappointment with Labour/recession/Iraq war after-math then how is Conservative supposed to win now? I personally think Conservative's only hope is either teaming up with UKIP or Liberal Democrats again. I'm pretty certain that the next government will be a coalition, I just hope it isn't a Conservative one again. Personally I wouldn't mind a Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition although I have no respect for Liberal Democrats, I never understood why Liberal Democrats chose to team up with Conservative, it would have made more sense to team up with Labour since Labour and Libdems are more ideologically similar than Libdems and Conservative.
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UKIP indubitably. We need change.
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My words exactly:



MAKE THIS MAN PM!
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My words exactly:



MAKE THIS MAN PM!
Queues of people leaving the country. Just the very thought sends a shiver down my spine.
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Probably Conservative, in the hope that we can be rid of Cameron. While his intentions are good and he's a nice guy, he's pretty unrealistic.
If they screw up big though, Labour.
Not UKIP.

(Original post by Asklepios)
Either Labour or SNP... most likely Labour, although a Labour/SNP coalition would be an exciting prospect. Tories are just disgusting posh English ****ers. Guys look how much better Scotland is with a left-wing government - free university tuition, free prescriptions etc.
And a national debt that, were it an independent country, would hit 100% of its public sector spending in 20 years.
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I dunno. Which ones best?
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Either labour or ukip
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I'm not voting, and never will be.
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UKIP, 22%...

I really do wonder about people on this site sometimes.
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(Original post by CJKay)
Probably Conservative, in the hope that we can be rid of Cameron. While his intentions are good and he's a nice guy, he's pretty unrealistic.
If they screw up big though, Labour.
Not UKIP.



And a national debt that, were it an independent country, would hit 100% of its public sector spending in 20 years.

Well no, in the long run we would see high levels of growth and then we can pay off the debt. But in the short run, it is important to actually create this growth by stimulating demand through increased public spending and job creation. Basic Keynesian Economic theory...
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