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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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    I don't think many people on here understand the extent of the damage Browns Government have caused to this country.
    Could you elaborate? His goverment have ran the coutnry over the last 10 or so years in the best years for our economy ever... notice the "global" in the global recession

    saying that i dont really like them much
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    I think ill just make a party, anyone in?
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    No offence AntiMonacrhist - but be careful... TSR members take a dim view of people whos support the BNP
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    (Original post by paella)
    I don't think many people on here understand the extent of the damage Browns Government have caused to this country.

    I don't think that many people in the country understand just how stupid statements like that really are...
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    (Original post by Stomm)
    I don't think that many people in the country understand just how stupid statements like that really are...
    :yep: this.
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    Conservative (29.5%): 202
    Labour (25.3%): 173
    Lib Dem (22.1%): 151
    Green (7.4%): 50
    UKIP (3.2%): 21
    Libertarian (3.2%): 21
    SNP (2.1%): 14
    BNP (2.1%): 14
    Respect (1.1%): Not enough votes
    DUP (1.1%): Not enough votes
    Sinn Fein (1.1%): Not enough votes
    Health Concern (1.1%): Not enough votes
    IND / Other (1.1%): Not enough votes
    Plaid Cymru (0.0%): Not enough votes
    SDLP (0.0%): Not enough votes
    UUP (0.0%): Not enough votes
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    Sinn Fein, because they still believe in a United Ireland.
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    My family has always voted Labour but I think I'm going to break tradition and vote Lib Dems. Haven't really decided yet.
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    Lefties should be worried when a student forum has a Tory majority.
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    (Original post by Hylean)
    Sinn Fein, because they still believe in a United Ireland.
    Fair Enough, however if the party was to exit the Westminster parliament, who would you vote for?
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    (Original post by Forbidden Fruit)
    Lefties should be worried when a student forum has a Tory majority.
    They should be... students are usually always lefties....

    and please don't be a spoil sport.
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    Fair Enough, however if the party was to exit the Westminster parliament, who would you vote for?
    I wouldn't. I vote for Sinn Fein purely to get Northern Ireland back with Ireland. Other than that, I hate governments and think they should all be done away with.
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    (Original post by Forbidden Fruit)
    Lefties should be worried when a student forum has a Tory majority.
    Yeah, you haven't been on this forum long so that statement can be forgiven.

    It's largely conservative though not by a massive majority. They're certainly the loudest.
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    (Original post by TheBlindestPilot)
    Yeah, you haven't been on this forum long so that statement can be forgiven.

    It's largely conservative though not by a massive majority. They're certainly the loudest.
    Yes, but students are notoriously left wing, and this is a student forum.
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    (Original post by Forbidden Fruit)
    Yes, but students are notoriously left wing, and this is a student forum.
    Were I'd say. Gone are the beret clad flag waving days. Most students I've met are fairly unpolitical and those that are tend to have moderately right wing views, often inherited from their parents.
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    (Original post by TheBlindestPilot)
    Were I'd say. Gone are the beret clad flag waving days. Most students I've met are fairly unpolitical and those that are tend to have moderately right wing views, often inherited from their parents.
    Shall I use the TSR HOC for an example, based on that, the left outnumber the right by 2-1.
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    I ticked "libertarian" but it depends on teh constituency; if it was Labour vs Tory I would vote Tory but if it wasn't a given to any of the main three parties, I'd vote lib plus ideally i'd vote lib anyway.
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    Thanks Bag for taking it away from bickering about students.

    Do you think that this will be the result in the TSR HOC election in 4-5 months time?
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    Thanks Bag for taking it away from bickering about students.

    Do you think that this will be the result in the TSR HOC election in 4-5 months time?
    D&D votes tend to be different to GD votes.
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    Shall I use the TSR HOC for an example, based on that, the left outnumber the right by 2-1.
    No they don't. If you count the centre party as left, they outnumber us by 2: if you don't, then we're tied :/
 
 
 
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