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General Election 2010 - Who would you vote for? Watch

  • View Poll Results: General Election 2010 - Who would you vote for?
    Conservative
    28.17%
    Labour
    20.43%
    Liberal Democrat
    23.22%
    Green
    6.81%
    UKIP
    5.26%
    BNP
    3.72%
    Libertarian
    5.26%
    Respect
    0.62%
    SNP
    1.86%
    DUP
    0.31%
    Sinn Fein
    1.24%
    Plaid Cymru
    0.31%
    SDLP
    0.31%
    UUP
    0
    0%
    Health Concern
    0.31%
    Independant/Other
    2.17%

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    Current Seats based on the D'hondt method:
    Labour (34.4%): 284
    Conservative (25.0%): 207
    Lib Dem (18.8%): 155
    Gr (3.1%): Not enough votes
    UKIP (3.1%): Not enough votes
    BNP (3.1%): Not enough votes
    Libe (3.1%): Not enough votes
    Respect (3.1%): Not enough votes
    SNP (3.1%): Not enough votes
    Health Concern (3.1%): Not enough votes
    DUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Sinn (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Plaid Cymru (0.0%): Not enough votes
    SDLP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    UUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    IND/Other (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Votes 32 .
    The next party to obtain a seat would be Labour instead of Conservative for 1 votes.
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    what we need is a hung parliament, making PR the key decider for a coalition with the Lib Dems. Can't see the Tories ever voting for PR however
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    Conservative.

    I like to be on the winning side :grin:
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    At a stretch, Labour. I'm edging towards the Lib Dems, but I think at this GE I'd choose Labour simply because they need the support.
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    Liberal Democrats - they have sensible policies .
    When the Tories take power (I think it's inevitable that they will) they'll soon explose themselves as the slimy, class-concious sleazebags that they are ... :shifty:
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    And the conservatives are starting to push infront... current d'hondt method results:

    Labour (31.6%): 243
    Conservative (28.9%): 222
    Lib Dem (18.4%): 141
    Green (5.3%): 40
    UKIP (2.6%): Not enough votes
    BNP (2.6%): Not enough votes
    Libe (2.6%): Not enough votes
    Respect (2.6%): Not enough votes
    SNP (2.6%): Not enough votes
    Health Concern (2.6%): Not enough votes
    DUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Sinn (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Plaid Cymru (0.0%): Not enough votes
    SDLP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    UUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    IND/Other (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Votes 38 .
    The next party to obtain a seat would be Conservative instead of Labour for 1 votes.
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    I would vote Labour.
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    (Original post by Gordon_Brown)
    I would vote Labour.
    Yeh, thats kind of obvious :yes:
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    Greens, because they appear the least worst option.
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    Labour starting to fight-back on the D'hondt method:

    Labour (31.8%): 238
    Conservative (27.3%): 204
    Lib Dem (18.2%): 136
    Green (4.5%): 34
    Libertarian (4.5%): 34
    UKIP (2.3%): Not enough votes
    BNP (2.3%): Not enough votes
    Respect (2.3%): Not enough votes
    SNP (2.3%): Not enough votes
    Sinn Fe (2.3%): Not enough votes
    Health Concern (2.3%): Not enough votes
    DUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Plaid Cymru (0.0%): Not enough votes
    SDLP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    UUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    IND/Other (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Votes 44 .
    The next party to obtain a seat would be Labour instead of Libertarian for 1 votes.

    It looks like I was wrong with my TSR predictions.... I thought we were a bunch of Middle-Class Tory's (and me)... but clearly wrong.
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    (Original post by Stomm)
    Labour, the least worst option IMHO.
    This &

    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    Labour, because I ******* hate the Tories
    That. :yes:
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    (Original post by Andy the Anarchist)
    Greens, because they appear the least worst option.
    Lol the green party are eco-fascists, highly authoritarian.
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    Green, because they're pretty much the only party whose policies I have looked at that have interested me and don't sound like the other main parties. Conservatives will forever win in my constituency, anyway.
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    I would typically vote labour but due to the current state of their party, the LibDems seems appealing.
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    Great... Thanks for hating me.
    If you're a 13 year old, may I ask why exactly you prefer the Tories?
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    (Original post by Hanvyj)
    Do you realise how much leaving the EU would mess up our economy?
    Not very much. Staying in the EU does far more harm to this country from an economic prospective than leaving it would.
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    Probably wont, if i dont then greens
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    It doesn't matter. All the three major parties are the exact same.
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    (Original post by Don_Scott)
    It doesn't matter. All the three major parties are the exact same.
    As if your no different?
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    Conservatives are now leading with a majority of 13 against Labour.
    Conservative (27.3%): 195
    Labour (25.5%): 182
    Lib Dem (23.6%): 168
    Green (7.3%): 51
    Libertarian (3.6%): 25
    SNP (3.6%): 25
    UKIP (1.8%): Not enough votes
    BNP (1.8%): Not enough votes
    Respect (1.8%): Not enough votes
    Sinn Fe (1.8%): Not enough votes
    Health Concern (1.8%): Not enough votes
    DUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Plaid Cymru (0.0%): Not enough votes
    SDLP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    UUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    IND/Other (0.0%): Not enough votes
    Votes 55 .
    The next party to obtain a seat would be Lib Dem instead of Labour for 1 votes.
 
 
 
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