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    Question Who will you be voting for in the General Election?

    Had a quick search but did not see a current poll on who you are gonna vote for in 9 days time at the general election.

    Being a student and all I am gonna vote for the lib dems, fed up of labour although they have done a good job.

    The vote is private so people cant see who you vote for because I know some people are funny about that.

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    You forgot to include Not Voting

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    oh, cant change it now. Everyone should vote though. Its important and not everyone gets the chance.

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    "...don't vote! It only encourages them!" - Billy Connelly

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    Its definatly important to vote. Moreover its important to vote for not the conservitives.

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    what people say and where people put their X on the ballot paper are normally two different things.

    Trippledence - not sure why its more important to vote. If you don't believe in any of partys at all, what better way to be non-hypocritical than abstain from supporting any.
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    libdems always do well in young people's voting, but lets face it, they're not going to get in for a while yet..

    will be interesting to see who wins, but i dont really care if i'm honest.
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    To everyone who say's it's important to vote, I agree, but I also think it's important to be able to express your dissatisfaction with politicians & the whole political process. Therefore on ballot papers I think that there should be an option to tick "None of the above poltical candidates are worthy of my vote"

    If that option wins the election then we have to have another round with new candidates or a coalition. Failing that & it goes to the next best winner it would at least send a clear signal to the idiots in Westminster.

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    Got a question actually, I am registered to vote at my parents house in London got the polling card through the other day. I am also registered to vote at my uni house in Bangor, north Wales. I am guessing it does not matter where I vote?

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    I have no clue whatsoever about English politics so i'm not voting

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    I am not voting as I recently found out that I am still registered in Cambridgeshire...

    Oh well - it's a massive Tory majority in my ward anyway (hate hate hate), so it won't make any difference.

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    I'm going to have to vote tory - anything to get labour OUT of power is good and I'm afraid I didn't see anything in the lib dem manifesto that impressed me.

    not that the manifesto actually matters as they never seem to stick to them

    oh why isn't there a local monster raving loony candiate ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby-Dick
    I'm going to have to vote tory - anything to get labour OUT of power is good and I'm afraid I didn't see anything in the lib dem manifesto that impressed me.

    not that the manifesto actually matters as they never seem to stick to them

    oh why isn't there a local monster raving loony candiate ?
    I think they only stand in London with all the other crazy independents.

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    Registered to vote by post because I thought I was going to be away from home - now I'm actually on holiday at home, whilst my ballot paper's sitting in the post room at Sandhurst. Doh.

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    Would vote for labour...as tories are rubbish and the lib dems don't have anything worth voting for...but i'm not old enough, so can't.
    Last edited by JK Ferret; 05-05-2005 at 10:04 AM.

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    I don't think I'll vote. I don't believe anything these polititions say, they all make up lies and say what you want to hear just to get your vote. In the news this week there's been 2 major things from what I've seen, violence and petrol. How many politions have stepped up and said "We'll fight crime" or "We'll drop tax on petrol" etc? Probably all of them...

    Anyway, none of the small parties stand a chance IMO, it's between Labour and Conservatives. I think Labour will win because people still seem to vote for them, no matter what they do, illegal wars and all...

    I could always vote for Kill Roy, his party is "Truth" in Greek, or something like that isn't it?

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