The (un) Official TSR General Election Poll Watch

Poll: If you could vote in the general election, who would you vote for?
Conservatives (Boris Johnson) (4)
44.44%
Labour (Jeremy Corbyn) (4)
44.44%
SNP (Nicola Sturgeon) (0)
0%
Liberal Democrat (Jo Swinson) (1)
11.11%
Plaid Cymru (Adam Price) (0)
0%
Green Party (Caroline Lucas) (0)
0%
Brexit Party (Nigel Farage) (0)
0%
UK Independence Party (Richard Braine) (0)
0%
Change UK/The Independent Group (Anna Soubry) (0)
0%
Socialist Workers' Party (no leadership position exists) (0)
0%
Renew Party (Julie Girling) (0)
0%
Monster Raving Loony Party (Screaming Lord Sutch) (0)
0%
None of the above - they're all **** anyway. (0)
0%
LiberOfLondon
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(please note that Northern Irish TSRians should go to the other thread which has NI Only in its title, as NI parties aren't on this poll)

This poll is an attempt to broadly discover what TSR thinks about the upcoming GE, and then turn that into seat totals through the magic of Electoral Calculus.

For the curious, the manifestos are in the spoiler below.
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I still intend on voting conservative, this time only and solely for brexit and democracy.
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Still Tory, not least because of Corbyn and his bunch of thugs.
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Ah quite the standard scene so far, most people from the student room would vote conservative, more than likely due to their privileged upbringing and private education.
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Well, well two replies and two utter examples of bigoted tripe from different ends of the political spectrum. Pull your heads out your backside and see why people have different opinions to yourself as oppose to making wild rubbish up!

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Still Tory, not least because of Corbyn and his bunch of thugs.
Explain why supporting labour makes a person a thug or if you are not saying that, give examples the thuggish acts Jeremy and his team have carried out.
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We hope Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party are the winners and form the next Government for the many and not the few.
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