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  • Conservative

    5 45.45%
  • Labour

    1 9.09%
  • Liberal Democrat

    1 9.09%
  • UKIP

    3 27.27%
  • SNP

    0 0%
  • Green

    1 9.09%
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    Just a bit of fun, we had a poll asking how people would vote but you can do this little quiz which works out who yoU should vote for based on your opinions. Do the quiz then complete the poll and lets see if it changes. Be honest.

    http://www.whoshouldyouvotefor.com/
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    I thought I'd be Conservative but apparently my views are a bit further right than that
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    I was expecting it to tell me to vote Tory. I'm still a little confused though about which way to go

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    Expected conservative got conservative, although quiet a few questions are hard to answer with such a simple vague choice .

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    Quote Originally Posted by oskihen View Post
    Expected conservative got conservative, although quiet a few questions are hard to answer with such a simple vague choice .
    Don't forget the poll
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    Oh God, I got the Greens!

    I was expecting Labour (although I won't be voting Labour)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheppsea View Post
    Oh God, I got the Greens!

    I was expecting Labour (although I won't be voting Labour)
    Not far off with my Guardian jibe then!
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    Indeed, although I think the survey is slightly exaggerated, as Oskihen said some of the questions were quite tough and I haven't given as much though to this election as I should have

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    I thought I'd be Conservative but apparently my views are a bit further right than that
    How far? Ukip- BNP- National Front? Not that far I hope! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheppsea View Post
    Indeed, although I think the survey is slightly exaggerated, as Oskihen said some of the questions were quite tough and I haven't given as much though to this election as I should have
    Agree sheppsea , I've found it increasingly difficult to wade through the tripe the leaders continually spew over the years , and maybe as I get older I get more disillusioned about politics. I've always voted and will continue to but this time round for the first time I am still undecided .

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