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Who will you vote for at the 2015 General Election Watch

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    Conservatives
    25.40%
    Labour
    30.16%
    UKIP
    17.46%
    Lib Dems
    6.35%
    SNP
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    Green Party
    20.63%

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    Just out of curiosity, I have added a poll.

    Who will you be voting for at the 2015 general election?


    If I haven't added your party, I apologise
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    Not yet decided, Conservative leaning.

    I want to see what state the country is in come 2015. Also, I'm waiting on their manifestos
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    Conservatives. The country has come a long way with sorting the economy and the public finances, we can't let Labour wreck it now.
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    Despite some of the reshuffles I think I'm going to reward the Tories. If I were giving them a grade it would be B- which is good enough given their competition.
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    Conservatives. It's the only logical choice.
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    Conservatives.

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    UKIP would be my first choice, the conservatives would be my immediate second preference (I know it's not AV, don't worry)
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    Greens. I think Caroline Lucas is a wonderful woman. And they're the most sensible party.
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    Monster Raving Loony Party
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    No faith in any of them at the wider level, but our local Labour MP/party generally are the only ones with any solid manifesto regarding how to improve the area/make our case so gets my vote. I trust the Tories the least due to the party being populated by so many toffs and it seeing rampaging neoliberalism and privatisation as the answer to everything.
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    Labour - the only party with a vision of a country I'd like to live in.
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    (Original post by WharfedaleTiger)
    Labour - the only party with a vision of a country I'd like to live in.
    We'd all like to live in their vision... Unfortunately the country can't afford to have 100% of the population on benefits paying a million pounds each.
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    I'll wait for their manifestos before making a decision. But I probably won't even vote, unless a party puts something really good in their manifesto. I disagree with a lot of what the main parties say, and have issues with policies of alternatives (like the greens) as well.
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    Green or Socialist
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    (Original post by Reue)
    We'd all like to live in their vision... Unfortunately the country can't afford to have 100% of the population on benefits paying a million pounds each.
    If that was Labour's vision you'd have a point but it isn't and it never has been.
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    (Original post by WharfedaleTiger)
    If that was Labour's vision you'd have a point but it isn't and it never has been.
    Oh? My mistake then
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    (Original post by Reue)
    Oh? My mistake then
    Indeed! For one thing our vision involves far more bunny rabbits and rainbows.
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    Can't stand conservatives after:

    Tuition fee's increase
    Bedroom Tax
    Cutting Tax for the rich
    Micheal Gove's ruining of the education system.
    Scrapping EMA
    Not cutting the deficiet
    Cutting legal aid

    If labour renationalise trains, cap electricity bills and reduce tuition fees they'll get my vote.
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    (Original post by SmallTownGirl)
    Greens. I think Caroline Lucas is a wonderful woman. And they're the most sensible party.
    Yeah. Nothing says sensible like massive inbuilt inflation.
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    I will not be participating in the election.
 
 
 
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