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Labour 9 25.00%
Conservatives 17 47.22%
Liberal Democrats 1 2.78%
Other 4 11.11%
I wouldn't bother voting 5 13.89%
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Snap UK Election Tomorrow, Who would you vote for?

OK, If there was a snap election called tomorrow, who would you vote for?

I have only put the three main parties in.

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Shocked that the tories have gone for an early lead, people obviously didn't like the NHS
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Shocked that the tories have gone for an early lead, people obviously didn't like the NHS
Don't think that's the case. I think people realise that cuts are needed, we can't continue with the free spending that we one did. Everything is bloated because of labour, and the conservatives are trying to rectify the issues left behind
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Don't think that's the case. I think people realise that cuts are needed, we can't continue with the free spending that we one did. Everything is bloated because of labour, and the conservatives are trying to rectify the issues left behind
Cuts are needed, but not to the level the tories are taking it too, Austerity doesn't work.

"and the conservatives are trying to rectify the issues left behind" - is that you Mr Cameron? Utter rubbish, unless Labour were responsible for the world wide banking collapse.
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Can't say I'm surprised. Disappointed. Not surprised.
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Can't say I'm surprised. Disappointed. Not surprised.
I'm surprised, I expected Labour to be way ahead. However, those figures would probably be enough to give them a majority.
 
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It will take a long time before people forget Blair/Brown and feel happy about voting Labour again.
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I hate Cameron, Clegg & the rest of the ConDem numpties. A REAL shower of ****

But, listening to numb nuts Milliband over the last few days makes me think, as a Country & in terms of government, we're ****ed either way
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Would it be wrong to say I wouldn't vote for Labour as the conference made me late for work this morning?
 
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It'll take longer to repair the damage done than it took to do it, spending someone else's money is easy, paying it back when your sums don't add up not so easy. I'd give the current government their term to try to turn it around at least.
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They aren't turning anything around, Sean........the deficit is getting BIGGER.
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They aren't turning anything around, Sean........the deficit is getting BIGGER.
More cuts then
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They aren't turning anything around, Sean........the deficit is getting BIGGER.
You think they can turn an oil tanker on a sixpence? The question is, is the deficit growing at the same rate it was under Labour or is the deficit growth slowing down?
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You think they can turn an oil tanker on a sixpence? The question is, is the deficit growing at the same rate it was under Labour or is the deficit growth slowing down?
"You think they can turn an oil tanker on a sixpence?" - I think that was a Tory manifesto pledge.


Another question might be what are they spending the money on?
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