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With a potential General Election on the table, how would you vote?

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AB Editor | 14:22 Fri 06th Sep 2019 | Politics
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  • Conservative - 152 votes
  • 45%
  • Liberal Democrat - 55 votes
  • 16%
  • Brexit Party - 51 votes
  • 15%
  • Labour - 30 votes
  • 9%
  • Green Party - 14 votes
  • 4%
  • Other, I will say below. - 13 votes
  • 4%
  • SNP - 12 votes
  • 4%
  • The Independent Group for Change - 5 votes
  • 1%
  • Sinn Féin - 2 votes
  • 1%
  • DUP - 1 vote
  • 0%
  • Plaid Cymru - 1 vote
  • 0%

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Has the conservative party actually done anything to indicate they've got what it takes to peruse brexit? I personally feel if anything.. they've done the opposite.

This proves the issue with loyal voting. Why vote conservative? they've made a pigs ear out of our government. Pass over the baton.

people be doin dumb
Surprised at Labour's poor showing on this poll, perhaps even their devotees have see through their extremism. Let's hope these proportions are carried through to the actual election.
You're right spath, the party has proved to have too many antidemocratic turncoats to persue Brexit, and getting rid of them didn't improve their support in the House. But the PM asked for a GE on two occasions and insufficient support was forthcoming. Still, as clearly the party with the best grasp of what's needed (with the arguable exception of the Brexit party) by a country mile (whatever that is) clearly the baton must stay with them for now.
clearly? I disagree. I feel the Liberal Democrats deserve a hand.
spath didn't you notice the country voted to leave the EU. The lib Dems are determined to keep us in at any cost so why should they get a chance to ignore what the country voted for. The only hand they need is a hand to help them across the water to join their friends.

The opposition is there to represent alternative views. Whilst 52% voted leave, 48% didn’t and 30% didn’t vote. Within the two major parties, there are supporters and opponents of Brexit and a range of views of what our relationship with the EU should be post-Brexit. The referendum didn’t specify what that would be – close like Norway’s, a trading arrangement like Canada’s, or a clean break, no-deal / WTO.
Unless the election is before 31st October I will (fingers crossed) have disenfranchised myself by virtue of emigration.

If there is an early election (or our house sale goes belly-up) then I will probably (for the first time in my life) abstain, as I feel it would be wrong to vote on the future of a country which I am very glad to be leaving.

Now if you'd like to get me started on the laughably corrupt 'pork-belly politics' of the Irish Republic I could go on for quite a while ... although it is still preferable to the current shambles at Westminster.
where are you off to dave?
We took an almighty step into the unknown and sold my house in the UK and bought a house in Kerry, TTT.

We love it here and have decided to make the move permanent by also selling Gness's house in the UK and becoming Irish residents.
My Brother lives there too.
it rains a lot!
11.24 , well done dave , Good Luck to you.
Of course it never rains in England.
I think this poll says more of the left wing/right wing stats of Answerbank than who is going to win the election. Let's face it, some kind of hung parliament is probably the most likely outcome.

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