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Would You Back A Second Referendum?

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AB Editor | 11:59 Tue 22nd Oct 2019 | Politics
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  • No. - 84 votes
  • 44%
  • Yes, I would vote the same as I did before. - 66 votes
  • 35%
  • Not this again! - 19 votes
  • 10%
  • Yes, I would vote differently than I did before. - 14 votes
  • 7%
  • Yes, but I'm not sure how I would vote at the moment. - 7 votes
  • 4%

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As there is already a thread called "Would You Back A Second Referendum" could this thread be retitled do differentiate it?
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No, but I would vote

Agree TCL. It threw me to suddenly see
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No.
Also, perhaps there could be an option "no, but I would vote in it if one were held"?
If an option is added, a fresh poll is needed as folk who have voted already may have chosen that new option but cannot do so now.
I'd rather have a hot bath, along with a glass of wine than encourage more time in the playpen. no
No. But would be less fussed about it if it didn't copy the last one, and was a choice between no-deal, or Boris ' draft agreement.
This is about backing a further referendum not whether you'd vote in one.
I thought I being ‘slapped’ for my thread of the same name when I saw Ed at the helm, haha
Who would slap an OAP?
No.
no, I'm glad to see that on AB at least democracy survives. Anyone know what the position is UK wide?
Teacakes, they’re lining up as I type, haha

My answer would be a big fat NO
I cannot see the logic of wanting a referendum on the same subject as fairly recent one, the outcome of which has yet to be implemented. What is the point at all of any referendum that is only looking for one side of the choices to be considered valid? What is the point at all if the outcome is ignored anyway? The 2016 vote was the simplest possible unambiguous binary choice of two simple alternatives, a clear answer was given, that should be implemented.
TTT, when you made your "glad to see that on AB at least democracy survives. " comment, what were the figures in the poll?
no was winning, still is.
Unsure it does T³.

'Yes' is split between at least two options neither related to the 'yes' part. At this time they add up to 46%. 51% if you add in the 'unsures' which is really a third 'yes'.

'No' has just one option and is just 41%. 49% if you add in the 'not again' vote which I guess is also a 'no' at a pinch. At present most AB members don't seem to believe in democracy since all 'yes' options imply wishing to ignore the previous referendum.

Mind you, the question is not well phrased as it mismatches the option splits.
...then we're dooomed!

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