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    The EU referendum is likely going to be one of the biggest votes on the future of the UK that we get to make in a lifetime, but I wonder why some young people are ambivalent about voting either way.

    Just wondering, if you're not going to vote, why not? Is it because you don't particularly care? Or because there's too much information out there to make an informed decision? Or something else?
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    (Original post by ODES_PDES)
    It looks like everybody is voting by the response
    I ain't voting

    (Original post by rmfinn)
    The EU referendum is likely going to be one of the biggest votes on the future of the UK that we get to make in a lifetime, but I wonder why some young people are ambivalent about voting either way.

    Just wondering, if you're not going to vote, why not? Is it because you don't particularly care? Or because there's too much information out there to make an informed decision? Or something else?
    No point mate tbh there is no point in voting in general not even for the government, voting wont change jack the government is too dead set in its way and if leave wins we'll probs do another vote anyway due to "low turn out" so i don't care.
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    Well if you aren't well informed you shouldn't be voting in the first place in my opinion. By making an uninformed vote you are cancelling out a vote from the well informed.
 
 
 
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