TSR Exit Poll: Who did you vote for the General Election? Watch

Poll: Which party did you vote for in the General Election?
Conservatives (970)
15.9%
Labour (3809)
62.42%
Liberal Democrats (295)
4.83%
Green Party (129)
2.11%
UKIP (113)
1.85%
SNP (28)
0.46%
Plaid Cymru (26)
0.43%
Democratic Unionist Party (17)
0.28%
SDLP (12)
0.2%
Ulster Unionist (16)
0.26%
Sinn Fein (46)
0.75%
Other (please specify) (53)
0.87%
None (588)
9.64%
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Afternoon TSRians! We're onto our final Poll of Polls already, and the one for the official election day! :woo:

For those of you that missed the others, we're looking to see the trends of how people were planning to vote, to how they voted on the day; we've been putting out a new 'Poll of Polls' every Thursday, and the fabulous jenhasdreams will be giving us some stats on how the votes have changed over time.

We'll also be able to see how close the TSR votes are to the actual election results... do you think they'll be similar, or completely different? And how likely do you think it is that your party will come into power?

So whether you voted in our poll last week or not, let us know who you're voting for here, and we'll see who has the TSR majority!

This week's poll will be a little different, as we can't release the results until after the polling stations have closed... so you can put your votes in now, but come back at 10pm if you want to see how everyone else voted! :holmes:

Interested on the wider voting trends? Check out the Poll and Odds tracker over on the Telegraph and see how each party is doing.
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All these polls show is that TSR users are leftists who support Corbyn. Thankfully young people's voter turnout tends to be low so the country isn't going to be a socialist hell hole anytime soon.
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Alliance Party
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Today, vote to vanquish the venal and the vile. Vote for an end to crony capitalism and city corruption. Vote for fairness and equality. Vote for peace and prosperity, not war and austerity. Vote for a better Britain for the many, not the few.

#VOTELABOUR
#MakeJunetheEndofMay
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(Original post by Trapz99)
All these polls show is that TSR users are leftists who support Corbyn. Thankfully young people's voter turnout tends to be low so the country isn't going to be a socialist hell hole anytime soon.
Why are all young people leftists? There is no logic and all the arguments are extremely one sided.
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I'm too young to vote, but may I remind everyone on here that it is unlawful to sway the direction of others votes with such things as what I see above and propaganda. Don't try and force your views on others either.
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I'm also too young to vote, by 6 days :/
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(Original post by chloereedy_)
I'm also too young to vote, by 6 days :/
Wow. That's just frustrating. I'm out by about half a year :P
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Conservative to stop Corbyn and his pals getting their hands on the nations credit card.
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Labour to stop May and her Saudi friends supplying terrorists with weapons.
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I voted for Labour, to stop May from destroying our schools and NHS

(Original post by meenu89)
Conservative to stop Corbyn and his pals getting their hands on the nations credit card.
You always sound like a Daily Mail headline.
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You aren't supposed to tell anyone who you voted. Election law (specifically section 66A of the Representation of the People Act 1983) makes it an offence to publish before the polls close at 10pm.

Edit: RIP nvm
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You are absolutely allowed to tell people who you voted for (I mean... how the **** do you think exit polls work?) you just cannot publish a poll about other people's votes until after 10pm. So this poll is allowed, all the replies in this thread are allowed, but the poll can't be publicly viewable until 10pm.

A statement by the Electoral Commission said: “A voter may volunteer information about who they voted for, provided no undue influence is exerted on them to do so.

“There is no explicit provision in law that prevents people from tweeting or re-tweeting that information. There is, however, provision to prevent exit polls to be published until polls have closed.”
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Me, my partner, my mum and stepdad all voted for SNP. My grandparents voted Conservative.
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Labour.
#makeEssexLabour
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I voted for Militant Tendency, may Comrade Corbychov enact total chaos.
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#makelabourgovernthesoutheast
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I voted over a week ago.
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