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I’d say look at where has had the most change or smallest majority and vote their. E.g if where you live has been a party strong hold for years your vote will be meaningless as that won’t change. And if where your uni is has frequently switched parties or held small majorities vote their and vice versa.
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I’d say look at where has had the most change or smallest majority and vote their. E.g if where you live has been a party strong hold for years your vote will be meaningless as that won’t change. And if where your uni is has frequently switched parties or held small majorities vote their and vice versa.
So you mean vote tactically?
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So you mean vote tactically?
Yes, I’ve also realised that by using the app I failed to respond to a post but instead start a new thread
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