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If there were a General Election tomorrow and you had the opportunity to vote for any of the parties below, to which Party would you, lend your vote?

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Can I vote undecided but doing research?

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is it an option in the poll?

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If there was an option like that one you have suggested then after you have researched each party and made your choice then you wouldn’t have a vote remaining for that party.

If you haven’t got a clue who you’re going to vote for then why not read through the websites belonging to each Party and then come back and vote.

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If you haven’t got a clue who you’re going to vote for then why not read through the websites belonging to each Party and then come back and vote.


Because they tell fibs <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

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In that case then surely if after evaluating each parties website and coming to the conclusion that ‘they all tell fibs’ then the options most applicable to yourself would be either select either of the ‘will not be voting’ options, or to vote for a party who despite telling fibs, tells the least fibs whilst matching as near to possible your own political opinions.

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i am to young but i voted for the monster raving looney party.
shocked only two did <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" /><img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

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Interesting set of results so far.....

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i am to young but i voted for the monster raving looney party.
shocked only two did <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" /><img src="/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />


If you’d have read the poll correctly you’d have seen that there was an option for people who are too young to vote instead of just clicking anything.

If I was your parents I’d vote for more homework for you for starters.

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how about i knew that the option was there but i wanted to vote on something and i get enough homework already

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Interesting set of results so far.....


What is interesting is that there aren’t that many chavs using this forums otherwise the Labour vote would be much higher.

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No, that would make the BNP vote even higher.

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Interesting set of results so far.....


What is interesting is that there aren’t that many chavs using this forums otherwise the Labour vote would be much higher.


It's ironic but exatly that thought crossed my mind.

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Who voted Veritas...? I mean, why? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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strange that the tories and BNP are leading that poll, but more then likly labour will win the real thing. I know we dont represent the whole of gravesham but, we probly have a cross sample of gravesend on this forum. Although Chris pond has been given a ticking off by the police, if hes runnig, i can still see him winning?? any other opinions on whos going to win on May 5th

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Bit of a swing towards cannabis on the half way line <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/icon_smokin.gif" alt="" />

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Who voted Veritas...? I mean, why? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />




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You failed to answer the guys question.

You'd make a great Priminister

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I'll watch the Party Broadcasts from the main parties. I have seen the Conservatives’ one. I think I can forget the Green Party as I own a 2.4 Litre V6 car (and I am not going to sell it!) <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Most likely result in my area will be a Conservatives win. They have won here the last three times.

I would like the Conservatives to win overall, but I don’t think they will get the required majority. A hung parliament is a possibility though. It would be nice to have a Kent PM though. Then maybe the bloody government will stop trying to concrete it over! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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The parish in which I live is staunch Conservative but unfortunately Gravesham is in the hands of Labour. What is funny is that although Labour are almost certain to win, the majority of the people with whom I come into contact with at work, home or socially are mainly Conservative, vote for one of the minor parties but hardly even Labour. I think if you contacted a similar survey in Kings Farm, Denton or Wallis Park then you would see where the majority of Labour voters traditionally come from.




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