View Poll Results: Who will you be voting next year?

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  • Conservative

    11 68.75%
  • Labour

    1 6.25%
  • Liberal Democrat

    1 6.25%
  • UK Independence Party

    0 0%
  • Green Party

    1 6.25%
  • British National Party

    0 0%
  • Other

    2 12.50%
  • I will be abstaining

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    * UK: Who will you be voting next year?

    Lets do an early WHT poll. Results are private.

    (Kindly request that people not voting in the UK elections next year do not place a 'preference' vote)
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  2. #2
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    Not from UK though, but let the good party win who really care for people than their pockets.
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  3. #3
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    Green party, Not 18 yes so cannot vote

    Good Luck
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  4. #4
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    Will be my first time voting - just don't want Labour to get back in again, but do quite like some of the Torie's (Conversatives) policies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entiretech View Post
    Will be my first time voting - just don't want Labour to get back in again, but do quite like some of the Torie's (Conversatives) policies.
    The only really vote for change is Tory - voting anyone else will just water and slow down the progress that can be made.
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  6. #6
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    I've picked Other... No way in hells chance I'm voting Labour or the Tories, both exactly the same.
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  7. #7
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    Hello,

    I'm not based in the UK but it's interesting to see what choices have evolved since I lived there (and was ineligible for voting). I will restrain from commenting but your system is pretty unique and eagerly watched from abroad where PR is seen these days to ensure stable government. Generally I think this is the biggest benefit of democracy: Every government has an expiry date, if you like it or not.
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  8. #8
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    Well i will vote with my conscience and who that will be is between me and the ballot box.
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  9. #9
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    Conservatives.

    If anyone even dares to vote SNP/Labour, I'll be chapping at your door. The SNP don't have a clue how to go about independence, and Labour, well, do I need to say anything?
    Hello
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter_anderson View Post
    Conservatives.

    If anyone even dares to vote SNP/Labour, I'll be chapping at your door. The SNP don't have a clue how to go about independence, and Labour, well, do I need to say anything?
    I'll be expecting a chap at my door then.

    How a Scotsman can vote Tories I will never understand.
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  11. #11
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    I voted Lim Dem on the poll, like I do in the real polls.

    I'm sick and tired of idiots like Gordon Broooown and David Cameron battling it out, Labour vs Conservatives.

    Lib Dem's, having Vince cable, can pull us out of the recession and I believe that. He knows what he's talking about and I second most of his opinions. They are more honest, no stupid expenses scandals, well not as bad as the other two anyway! They also don't rely on "slagging off" the oponent to get votes.
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  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biju View Post
    Not from UK though, but let the good party win who really care for people than their pockets.
    That would mean voting for:
    'None of the above'.
    The only decent UK politician is no longer with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HostingDirect24 View Post
    Every government has an expiry date, if you like it or not.
    May I remind people it's 'up to 4 years' just because so many recent governments have been too scared to go to the people before they got there full 4 years does not mean 'the people' have to suffer for the full 4 years.

    Whoever gets in [& it will not be G.Brown, the 'old pretender'],
    please don't let them p1ss on you for the full 4 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-de-vie View Post
    That would mean voting for:
    'None of the above'.
    The only decent UK politician is no longer with us.
    Who is that? :curious:

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  15. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzServers-J View Post
    I voted Lim Dem on the poll, like I do in the real polls.

    I'm sick and tired of idiots like Gordon Broooown and David Cameron battling it out, Labour vs Conservatives.

    Lib Dem's, having Vince cable, can pull us out of the recession and I believe that. He knows what he's talking about and I second most of his opinions. They are more honest, no stupid expenses scandals, well not as bad as the other two anyway! They also don't rely on "slagging off" the oponent to get votes.
    Since when was you 18?
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  16. #16
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    For those that wish to thank him for getting the vote at 18 instead of 21:

    For those that want to know who was the UK's longest serving political leader[ as per the guinness book of records]:

    For those that need to know who was the only 'decent' UK politician 'Ever':

    Here's a Link
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