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Voting Intentions GE2017

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AB Editor | 09:54 Wed 07th Jun 2017 | News
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Which party do you intend to vote for tomorrow?

  • Conservative Party - 78 votes
  • 57%
  • Labour Party - 23 votes
  • 17%
  • Liberal Democrats - 10 votes
  • 7%
  • I don't intend to vote - 10 votes
  • 7%
  • UK Independence Party - 6 votes
  • 4%
  • Other (I'll answer below!) - 3 votes
  • 2%
  • Scottish National Party - 2 votes
  • 1%
  • Sinn Féin - 2 votes
  • 1%
  • Plaid Cymru - 1 vote
  • 1%
  • Green Party - 1 vote
  • 1%
  • Democratic Unionist Party - 0 vote
  • 0%
  • Social Democratic & Labour Party - 0 vote
  • 0%
  • Ulster Unionist Party - 0 vote
  • 0%

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Minty...have you also noticed that there doesn't appear to be a response from anyone in Northern Ireland ?
nil points from the Irish committee ! must still be pondering in the pub with a Guiness !
there is an indication that Tory voting will be on the up in a counter bid to stop any SNP/Labour alliance in order to pursue the referendum issue Naomi... and Nicola has been caught spouting rubbish so often in Holyrood, on top of the not insignificant financial scandals surrounding her "comrades" they may well see a substantial dip in their overall support up here.
I hope you're right. Awful woman!
Local independent candidate! The seat is held at moment by Labour with about a 3000 majority over the Tories, but he is a 'remainer' and he voted against the will of his constituents and against triggering article 50, so many people think that he's a dead man walking!
I am looking forward to tonight. I think this Election is one of the most interesting for many years, even though it won't be as close as the last 2.

My Plan is stay up until 02:00 - 04:00 although I may end up asleep over the keyboard !
she is a right wee pit bull Naomi, just will not let go of her stick, despite bing ordered to by her masters !
Hard for the SNP to do as well as it did last time when it almost swept the board. They'll probably lose a few seats but I'd be surprised if they were down by any more than about 10 or so when the dust settles.

AB's poll still seems to be a bit too far-tilted against Labour... surely? I'm not expecting Labour to win but 17% would be a near wipeout, and even correcting back as I did earlier seems to imply an official polling "miss" on the scale of about 12 points, which has never happened.
I think the demographic of AnswerBank puts a definite skew on the figures Jim. Most of us have lived through the 1970s you see, and returning to those times makes us frit te ooor boots, ye ken.
The mysterious surge for UKIP last time out seems to have waned :-)
Yes, undoubtedly demographics play a major part in the result here. I'm just surprised that it seems even more skewed than it's ever been before if that's the case -- or, if it's the same level of bias as before then it does appear to imply a result at or beyond what polls were saying even a month ago when they were giving the Tories a 20-point lead.

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