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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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Might have gone for Lib Dem in other circumstances, eg if the Tories were on clear course for a thumping landslide, but they aren't exactly appealing to many so I'll pick the not-SNP not-Tory actually-might-be-able-to-win-something party.

Tory of course, no viable opposition imo.
Labour, of course !
Tory, simply no alternative.
On a side note, the last time this poll was done, at the start of the campaign, Tory support was something in the region of 60%. Will be interesting to see if AB's polling also drifts down, in favour of Labour, in a similar way to the nation's.
Tactical voting will probably play a part in the difference in results of the AB poll. My support for Labour hasn't changed over the election campaign, but my choice of where to put my cross on the day has.
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That does seem to be the conclusion of a lot of people on the leftish Jim.
Monster Raving Loony Party
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chiaroscuro - probably for the best. I am a little worried about their policy to remove the letters N H S from the alphabet to save some money.

You would be "chiarocuro" for example.
ciarocuro*
Conservative.
I could live with 'ciarocuro' if it saved money. It's the beanie hat policy which swung it for me.
I though making Lewis Hamilton minister for transport was the clincher.
Lib Dem purely for local reasons.

I want Labour to win though.
Could I have my name changed to Zacmater for the. Ext 48 hrs please?
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*(thank you)
Conservative party
Ah, there it is. I wondered aloud only this morning why the usual poll hadn't appeared.

Conservatives. No contest.
Labour in the hope of reducing May's majority ...
Conservative. But with no enthusiasm.

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