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If an election were held today, which party would you vote for?

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AB Editor | 10:39 Thu 22nd Apr 2010 | News
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Time to take the pulse of the AnswerBank newsgroup. I have included several smaller parties as requested.

 

This poll is closed.

If an election were held today, which party would you vote for?

  • Conservative - 21 votes
  • 26%
  • Liberal Democrat - 21 votes
  • 26%
  • Labour - 17 votes
  • 21%
  • UKIP - 9 votes
  • 11%
  • BNP - 6 votes
  • 7%
  • Monster Raving Loony Party - 5 votes
  • 6%
  • Green - 1 vote
  • 1%
  • SNP - 1 vote
  • 1%
  • Plaid Cymru - 0 vote
  • 0%

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If the Liberals and Labour get together then is voting Tory is a wasted vote?
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I wouldn't think so Rov.

Although, it does raise the point: is it possible for a Tory voter to vote tactically?

I dearly wish for a Monster Raving Loony Party Mp somewhere in the country. The 99 pence piece would make buying ice-cream much simpler.

Spare Ed
I see AOG hasn't voted yet...
NOT the the worn out incumbents of old new labour - nor the bullingdon boys of the tory gentlemans club
I've voted for liberal as it is a protest vote agianst AOg lol
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Nobody can be worse than the present lot No10. The Liberal policies are useless they won't solve the problems we are saddled with now.
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UKIP are the only party stating facts and offering sound policies.

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