Election poll

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I am voting for

  1. Labour, I voted Labour last time.

  2. Labour, I didn't vote for them last Time

  3. Conservative, I voted tory last time

  4. Conservative, I didn't vote for them last time.

  5. Lib dem, I voted lib dem last time.

  6. Lib dem, I didn't vote lib dem last time.

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  1. Dec 9, 2019 #1

    Chippy_Tea

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    Who will get your vote?

    Posting is locked as we all know how these threads usually go.

    I have only listed the main three as they are going to get the majority of the vote.
     
  2. Dec 9, 2019 #2

    Chippy_Tea

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    I thought posting was blocked but obviously it wasn't, (as I have just removed several posts) could I ask members to vote but not post as we all know how that usually ends.
     
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    So why even post up a poll if it cannot be debated?
     
  4. Dec 9, 2019 #4

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    The reason I posted a poll and didn't just open a thread asking 'who are you voting for and why' is because I am not interested in why just who!


    Why do you have to have a debate can you not just add a vote or ignore the thread, I simply wanted to see how members were voting to see if it goes against the poll results on the news, political debates always end in arguments as we have seen many times before hence the request to vote but not post, thanks to all who have managed to do this so far.
     
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    Hi, not posting to make an argument, but are the regional parties (SNP, DUP... etc) not included? They do well in their own areas and probably account for constituencies than the Lib Dems.
     
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    Where is Sinn Fein, DUP, UUP, Alliance Party, SDLP, etc, etc
    If you guys have a hung parliament any of these parties could hold the balance of power (as the DUP had last time.)
     
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    None of the main three run candidates in Northern Ireland
     
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    Incomplete party list! - Go-on, @Chippy_Tea include them all? :laugh8: Labour-SNP coalition? or the Pirate party? Official Monster Raving loony party? They could carry the swing votes.clapa:tongue:
     
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    In the OP I did say -

    I have only listed the main three as they are going to get the majority of the vote.

    If you look on the BBC site they only add greens and the brexit party then other to the poll choices I have included we are limited to poll answers so I don't think I could make a full list.
     
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    Thanks to all who voted
     
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