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If the election was tomorrow, how would you vote?

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AB Editor | 11:28 Tue 18th Apr 2017 | News
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This poll is closed.

If you were voting tomorrow, which party would you vote for?

  • Conservative Party - 190 votes
  • 64%
  • Labour Party - 28 votes
  • 9%
  • UK Independence Party - 28 votes
  • 9%
  • Liberal Democrats - 23 votes
  • 8%
  • Scottish National Party - 15 votes
  • 5%
  • Green Party - 7 votes
  • 2%
  • Plaid Cymru - 5 votes
  • 2%
  • Ulster Unionist Party - 1 vote
  • 0%
  • Social Democratic & Labour Party - 1 vote
  • 0%
  • Sinn Féin - 0 vote
  • 0%
  • Democratic Unionist Party - 0 vote
  • 0%

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Looks to me like the Russian hackers are at work here :-)
Я голосовал за сторону победы.

Confession time.

I like polls being inaccurate, so as usual I lied about my voting intention.

Mine was the Green Party vote.
I was waiting for the Cocktail Party.
All this shows is how overwhelmingly right wing AB is, and we didn't really need a new Poll to tell us that !
I'm having a problem answering this poll. As Jim said 'it depends on the constituency'. Nothing is going to dislodge our sitting (con.) M.P.. I hope UKIP don't waste their resources trying to do so and concentrate on possibly winnable seats. If they don't field a candidate then I'll hold my nose and vote for the Conservative man I do not like at all. If they do, then I'll vote UKIP - just to remind the powers-that-be that we are still here. .......Now, how to respond to the Ed's poll?
After been a Labour voter all my life & believing what's right, I will now go for Lib Dem, J.C. Is a joke that can not foresee what's in front of him.
Yes TWR as Lib Dem's are so much better than JC!!!
What about you Islay?
This will be the 13th general election in which I have participated. I voted Tory in the previous 12 (I even voted for Heath!) and I see no reason to change now.

Tory it is!
the ed has glued this so i see every time- it is driving me crazy

if there WERE an election tomorrow ......

(if the apodosis has a conditional then the protasis has a subjunctive too much detail I know )
I said in another thread recently that I regretted voting LibDem in a previous election because the result was the disastrous ConDem coalition. However, in this constituency I think I might have to do it again to hope to reduce the Tory majority. Labour has never had a sniff of a hope down here.
Another advantage TM holds is that unlike MT, who was loved and loathed in equal measure, she does not seem to attract the same antipathy from her detractors. If it all goes nipples up for her, then so be it, but I'm not backing her losing, no matter how attractive the odds.
If anyone wants a translation of Mikeys post it's......
Holy cow, am I really that far out of step with politics. shows that AB is not representative of political feeling in Britain. Nor do I expect it to be.
Mickey, Carl Marx is right wing compared to you!
No N Irish based voters have polled yet?!

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