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Poll: Who would you vote for?
The Conservative and Unionist Party (90)
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The Labour Party (133)
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The Liberal Democrat (133)
29.56%
The Green Party (25)
5.56%
The Brexit party (38)
8.44%
Change U.K. (or whatever their called) (2)
0.44%
The SNP (6)
1.33%
Plaid (1)
0.22%
The DUP (4)
0.89%
Sinn Fein (3)
0.67%
A local independent (4)
0.89%
Other. (11)
2.44%
Andrew97
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With votes to block a no deal Brexit later tonight it is heavily rumoured that the Prime Minister will call a GE on the 14th of October. In this hypothetical scenario who would you vote for?

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For those who are, or are nearly 18 you can register to vote here. (https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote)
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Ignore the England, Scotland, Wales in the title.
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i wouldn't vote at all as I'm 15, haha
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Lib Dems, over Brexit
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I fear that the majority of the public will base their vote primarily on Brexit even though there are so many other important issues that affect the country.
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I fear that the majority of the public will base their vote primarily on Brexit even though there are so many other important issues that affect the country.
I know you're right Notnek and the decision who to vote for shouldn't be based mainly on one issue but I am so annoyed at this Brexit fiasco that I'm finding it hard to see beyond it
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I would vote conservative
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I know you're right Notnek and the decision who to vote for shouldn't be based mainly on one issue but I am so annoyed at this Brexit fiasco that I'm finding it hard to see beyond it
I completely understand the thought process and I'm not saying it's "wrong" to focus on Brexit more than anything else. But people who vote for e.g. The Brexit Party or Change UK should remember that if they got into power (not going to happen I know) then they could be in government for 5 years!
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(Original post by Notnek)
I completely understand the thought process and I'm not saying it's "wrong" to focus on Brexit more than anything else. But people who vote for e.g. The Brexit Party or Change UK should remember that if they got into power (not going to happen I know) then they could be in government for 5 years!
Oh yes, I would never vote for someone like The Brexit Party and think they should stand down if there was a GE so as not to split the votes that would otherwise have gone to the Lib Dems. Or form an alliance anyway
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I would vote for Labour.
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Conservative

Labour will ruin the economy as they did before. Jezza is a loony. They didn't win last time under My, that shows the public do not want Labour
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Lib dem, nothing to do with Brexit
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Conservative

Labour will ruin the economy as they did before. Jezza is a loony. They didn't win last time under My, that shows the public do not want Labour
Pretty sure the economy's already stuffed
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Not labour
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Pretty sure the economy's already stuffed
If you think this is bad, just wait until the Marxist foxes have been in the hen house for a couple of years.
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Probably Lib Dems. I couldn't bring myself to vote for Corbyn.
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Probably Lib Dems.

Given their track record of failure and financial mismanagement, I'd not even consider voting Conservative.
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Conservatives- they now offer concrete certainty on Brexit (as opposed to the dithering of the opposition), and a sense of optimism that previous administrations have been lacking.
I never thought I'd see students flocking to support the lib dems, just shows what a shambles Her Majesty's Most Loyal opposition currently finds itself in...
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if theres a good local i'll vote for them, as in the local elections...

if its a choice between the main parties, currently i'll abstain.
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