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AB Editor | 09:39 Fri 05th Oct 2012 | Politics
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  • Conservative - 92 votes
  • 33%
  • Labour - 91 votes
  • 33%
  • UKIP - 54 votes
  • 19%
  • Green - 17 votes
  • 6%
  • BNP - 15 votes
  • 5%
  • Liberal Democrat - 8 votes
  • 3%

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None of the above
Up to the last General Election I had never missed a chance to vote, however I looked at the options and decided there wasn't one worth a light, so I didn't vote.
Nothing has changed, so no vote here either!
11:13 Fri 05th Oct 2012
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I've only included parties which fielded over 300 candidates in the 2010 election.

As it's conference season I thought this poll might be timely.

Results update every five minutes.
You say you have included parties fielding more than 300 candidates but that ignores the SNP, parties in Ulster and Plaid Cymru. The SNP is the Government in Scotland and yet you chose to ignore them and concentrate on the English parties. Can you not re-consider the options?
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"Can you not re-consider the options?"

Nope.
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They're not "English parties" by the way... these are parties fielding candidates to enter the UK Parliament - not regional assemblies.
they'd all cock it up so what's the point?
You run the site so it's up to you but it is odd you choose to ignore the opinions of folk outwith England who won't be voting for these particular parties.
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"You run the site so it's up to you but it is odd you choose to ignore the opinions of folk outwith England who won't be voting for these particular parties."

I put that threshold in so that we measured parties which could conceivably form a government in Westminster...

Frankly I didn't think BNP, Greens or UKIP would be included in that threshold, but it turns out they all contest 300+ seats.

"they'd all cock it up so what's the point?"

Luckily this isn't a real election so your vote wont do any damage :)
None of the above
Up to the last General Election I had never missed a chance to vote, however I looked at the options and decided there wasn't one worth a light, so I didn't vote.
Nothing has changed, so no vote here either!
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Surprised at Labour's early lead!
Im a little wary of these parties and their non existent promises, they all say the right things when they want your vote, I dont believe any of them :/
Im guessing labours popularity could be as a result of saying they wont privatise the NHS?
It's reassuring though, that the BNP have yet to score ;o)
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"It's reassuring though, that the BNP have yet to score ;o) "

I think you spoke too soon!
Haha .... I thought that might stir someone up ;o)
my vote wouldn't do any damage in a real election ab
It's the sort of thing I'd probably decide nearer the day. At my age I've become cynical of the lot of them. Whoever one votes for the government still gets in.
Conservative?? are you lot still wanting to vote conservative after ALL that is happening?? OMG your heads must need testing!!!!!!!!!
Unless one party has an over-all majority we'll be having coalitions for evermore.
Agree with Lisa!
Liberal democrats aren't doing very well are they. In fact it looks as if the UKIP party is the third most popular. Perhaps they should have formed the coalition with the Conservatives and not Lib-dems. It would have been interesting - lots of in-fighting I reckon. Wonder if people will have the courage of their convictions and vote UKIP in any election. I know I shall and already did.

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