Do you vote the same as your parents? Watch
So please do vote in the poll, and get involved in the discussion - do you vote the same way as your parents?
*As I hope everyone knows now, the general election in the UK will be taking place this Thursday. Please be sure to vote if you are able, and get your views heard!
Me and my dad generally vote the same way but not my mum
This is my first time in a marginal, my vote will actually count
Having said that, I will still vote but almost reluctantly - I don't feel any of them actually deserve my vote this time around
My father's a High Tory of sorts and my mum is apolitical. So no.
PS Don't come for me - I'm just explaining the situation
I think it would be hard to avoid because of the way in which they may introduce you to politics and add bias, but I have quite strong opinions and so I believe my opinions are my own now, not my Dad's - they just happen to be the same
My Dad will vote Brexit Party I suppose. We avoid the topic of politics as it never goes well.
I've always voted Lib Dem (at university in Exeter, and in Eastbourne) as they had the most chance of winning in those areas - and Green since I've moved to Brighton.
My parents are revolutionary trade union socialists.
I'm a floating voter with no appetite for radicalism or revolution.
Early on I tended towards Conservative, probably picked up from mother/grandparents, but since the age of around 18 I've been an unaffiliated floater. I don't like or identify with any of the main parties, so I just go with whichever one I dislike the least... or pick a minor party, if one is standing.
There is also the possibility that how children vote might influence their parents- whilst I suspect I would likely have voted Remain in the Referendum anyway, the fact both my adult children were pro Remain did have a bearing, I certainly , given they would have had to more live with the economic outcome of the referendum , would likely not have voted against what they wanted and in such a scenario would probably not have voted.