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    15 24.19%
  • Labour

    14 22.58%
  • Liberal Democrats

    26 41.94%
  • UKIP

    1 1.61%
  • Green

    2 3.23%
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    4 6.45%
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    Hexus Exit Poll

    Please only vote for this if you have actually voted in this year's general election. Thanks.
    "All our beliefs are being challenged now, and rightfully so, they're stupid." - Bill Hicks

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    Oooh - if other - who was it?
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    Spam!
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    Lost my voting card. Would have been Lib Dem.

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    I've gone for they are all as bad as each other and quite frankly i think they all are lying scum and voted for no-one through choice rather than apathy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous_dom
    Lost my voting card. Would have been Lib Dem.
    You dont need to have it to vote, just speeds things up getting your ballet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomic
    You dont need to have it to vote, just speeds things up getting your ballet.
    Indeed - you can still vote! You dont need your polling card OR id.
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    If you don't support any of the parties TURN UP ANYWAY AND SPOIL YOUR PAPER. That way it's counted in the turnout figures. Last time they were appalingly low and they could be even lower this time round. If politicians don't think the electorate care enough to vote then they've even less reason to do the right thing.

    I'm voting after work, anyway.

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    aye, i havent recieved my polling card 2 years in a row and still been able to vote, will be doing this afternoon. i'll let you know when i've done the deed

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBeeeenster
    Please only vote for this if you have actually voted in this year's general election. Thanks.
    I haven't voted yet (tonight) so haven't voted here either (yet).

    But I took a look at the results bar graph. It has the LibDem colour right, but shows Labour as Blue and the Tories as Red. It tickled me, as there's more than a grain of truth in that these days.

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