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    Conservative
    33.87%
    Labour
    30.65%
    Liberal Democrats
    1.61%
    UKIP
    14.52%
    BNP
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    0%
    SNP
    0
    0%
    Green
    8.06%
    Sinn Féin
    0
    0%
    Democratic Unionist
    0
    0%
    Plaid Cymru
    0
    0%
    SDLP
    0
    0%
    English Democrats
    0
    0%
    Respect
    3.23%
    Undecided
    8.06%

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    NHA Party.

    ConDems broke my beloved NHS and I really dislike Labour- all they do is criticise rather than come up with any better solution.

    As for UKIP- they can 0121
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    I'm not really sure. I'd would probably ever so slightly lean Conservative. I think they've done quite well in government, but they have failed to get the economy going and I'm staunchly opposed to Legal Aid cuts as I believe everyone has the right to a lawyer present in court. I'm not really a fan of the way the Bedroom Tax has been done either, even though I want big welfare cuts.

    I'd vote for the Machiavellian party. The ends justify the means, and you adopt to the situation at hand. Having a lofty set of ideals, values or an ideology is bad news. But if you push me, I'd want a party that is the US Democrats domestically and the US Republicans on foreign policy.
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    Convservatives, by grace of them being the least incompetent. All the parties are in a pretty poor state at the moment.
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    Conservative - I am terrified of what would happen if Labour got into office.

    UKIP are too untested.
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    I am still a Tory girl.
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    UKIP

    Conservatives are out of touch incompetents

    Don't trust any of the Labour shadow cabinet, also they're socialists.

    Lib Dems... lmao :laugh:. What a ****ing joke.
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    I'd vote Green. I live in a Labour safe seat though so it wouldn't make a difference.
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    Probably Conservative, simply through them just being what I perceive to be the least stupid of all the stupid.
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    Conservative
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    None of them.
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    Voted 'Undecided', but I'd probably end up voting Conservative. I'm not impressed with the current set of Conservatives leading the party, but neither am I convinced by any of the alternatives that are on offer. People keep saying that we need to give UKIP a chance, and that they're the only credible choice, but have people seen some of their policies? They wanted to increase defence expenditure by 40% during the 2010 General Election!
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    Labour will win the next election anyway, I do not see any point in this survey the outcome has already been predetermined.
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    Conservatives. Everyone else appears to suffer a severe mental disorder. That said, the Conservatives are clumsy at times.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    I'm not really sure. I'd would probably ever so slightly lean Conservative. I think they've done quite well in government, but they have failed to get the economy going and I'm staunchly opposed to Legal Aid cuts as I believe everyone has the right to a lawyer present in court. I'm not really a fan of the way the Bedroom Tax has been done either, even though I want big welfare cuts.

    I'd vote for the Machiavellian party. The ends justify the means, and you adopt to the situation at hand. Having a lofty set of ideals, values or an ideology is bad news. But if you push me, I'd want a party that is the US Democrats domestically and the US Republicans on foreign policy.
    So you want Blair 2.0?

    That's effectively what you asking for without the Brown spending.

    (Original post by Angry Spartan)
    Voted 'Undecided', but I'd probably end up voting Conservative. I'm not impressed with the current set of Conservatives leading the party, but neither am I convinced by any of the alternatives that are on offer. People keep saying that we need to give UKIP a chance, and that they're the only credible choice, but have people seen some of their policies? They wanted to increase defence expenditure by 40% during the 2010 General Election!
    What do you want to see from a new Tory leader?

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    Conservative for me.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    What do you want to see from a new Tory leader?

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    Conservative for me.
    Conservative would be nice. So would someone with a bit of a backbone and some strength. Cameron is weak, continually backtracks and has built his government around lies and half-truths. He knows he's not going to be elected for a second term, and it's exactly why he's offering a referendum on the EU in 2017. It's the current bunch leading the party that have allowed UKIP to make these great strides, and it's not because UKIP are this wonder party, but through the Conservatives own incompetence to nullify what was a minor threat.
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    (Original post by Angry Spartan)
    Conservative would be nice. So would someone with a bit of a backbone and some strength. Cameron is weak, continually backtracks and has built his government around lies and half-truths. He knows he's not going to be elected for a second term, and it's exactly why he's offering a referendum on the EU in 2017. It's the current bunch leading the party that have allowed UKIP to make these great strides, and it's not because UKIP are this wonder party, but through the Conservatives own incompetence to nullify what was a minor threat.
    I agree in parts. I do think Cameron is a weak party leader and has failed to drag the rest of the party with him in the direction he wants to bring the party and as a result as the term has progressed the party has increasingly fractured with Europe simply being the public face of a number of other issues however i don't think he's been all that bad as Prime Minister and this seems to be reflected by the wider electorate (Cameron out-polls the party), the two i think have to be kept separate. I'm not so sure how they'd nullify Ukip personally given that they can't hold an EU referendum (the Libs won't back one and that's just simple pandering) however they are too late with the immigration reforms. With that said though i don't see an alternative given that Hague does not want the job (apparently), Osbourne and Hunt are damaged electorally and both Gove and May are in my opinion too far right to win an election (withdrawing from the ECHR as a policy is an open goal).
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    Its a hard one....

    I despise the Conservative Party and everything they stand for, so I would take great pleasure in not voting for them.

    I could not trust the Liberal Democrats at all- they are liable to do the opposite of what they say they are going to do.

    I think the BNP are a hate group, and UKIP are like the Conservatives but worse, so they get no chance of my vote.

    I quite like the Green Party, but I don't like how rabidly anti-car they are and their hippy image.

    I think I'd have to vote for the Labour Party.
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    I see the Lib Dems are popular.
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    Labour party easily
 
 
 
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