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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%
thoyub
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Simple poll to get an idea of political opinions. Which political party are you going to vote for in 2015?
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None of the above.
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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?
What do each stand for?
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I will not vote.
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Monster raving loony party.
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I too will not vote.
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ukip at least it is a change from the usual two
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(Original post by Truecanadian)
What do each stand for?
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.
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I won't be voting as I don't want to do jury service.
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Scroll down to Britain.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.ph...icalStereotype
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Either a no vote or i'll browse the independent candidates. Either way Labour is going to win my seat though so it doesn't make a great difference.
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Undecided, but definitely not UKIP
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Not sure, though definitely not the Lib Dems
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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.
I love how you totally weren't biased to any of the parties


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Not sure, though definitely not the Lib Dems
No stupid promises this time hopefully

I'm a Tory girl.
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If I had to choose, I'd go for Conservative but we'll have to see in a year's time.
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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.
Shows how much you know nice
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I think it will be an independent or other obscure party so they get their deposit back.
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Conservative probably
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Conservative probably
Surprising how many young people are planning on voting Conservative.
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