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    Poll: Who will gain your vote?

    I just wondered what the edugeek voter trend would be, so do let know!

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    Didnt we have a poll on this not so long ago?

    Anyway - I'm (for now) gonna go Tory.. anyone but Labour...

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    I was angling for lib dems myself, but then i went off their policies for NHS, immigration and Europe etc. And I think there was a poll, but opinion seems to change by the day so I thought I would make another one

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    I'm voting Green Party. Some would say it's a wasted vote, but it has to start somewhere.

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    Pretty much my thinking - Split between Tory & Lib Dem.... Wich I guess most of the country is considering the Polls..
    Pity I can't vote SNP down here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Didnt we have a poll on this not so long ago?

    Anyway - I'm (for now) gonna go Tory.. anyone but Labour...
    We do yes - Who Will The Geeks Vote For In The General Election

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    I have (postal) voted Greenas well. Under Caroline Lucas they now have excellent leadership which is giving them growing credibility.

    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    I'm voting Green Party. Some would say it's a wasted vote, but it has to start somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    I'm voting Green Party. Some would say it's a wasted vote, but it has to start somewhere.
    well if a couple of green MP's get in, they could possibly change policy? I like it when people vote for what they believe in, and not what their parents voted etc.

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    Greens are the only mainstream party against the digital economy bill, definitely got my vote.

    They could well take a seat in Brighton

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    Probably Tory - though might change my mind and go UKIP. I'd vote English Democrat, but they don't have a candidate here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Greens are the only mainstream party against the digital economy bill, definitely got my vote.
    Is that your main concern in life?

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    My mind is set pretty much in stone now. I want to see political reform. The best chance of that is a hung parliament with the Lib Dems pushing for the STV, so I'm voting LD this time.

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    I'm debating if I should vote Monster Raving Loony - They have some very humerous manifesto pledges:

    We would join Europe in 'a Big Way'. This would be achieved by inviting European Coutries to change their currency to pounds sterling. Once this has been achieved we would change the UK into an offshore Tax Haven.

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    I read through at least 60% of the lib dem manifesto, and I actually liked a lot of their ideas, some are possibly a bit radical, others not radical enough, but that goes with any politics.

    My main problem with Conservative/Labour is they just play opposites. Whatever angle one takes, the other does the same thing but angular; it seems to be the opposite, but is actually the same thing anyway with a different spin.

    Time for a change IMO, Labour haven't done a BAD job, at least not any worse than anyone else would have done. But I don't like a lot of what the conservative want to do, and where I live is primarily Conservative, and has suffered a massive amount of stagnation over the years.

    Lib dem may not be perfect, but at least we'll see something different.

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    Personally i find this very interesting, the vote shift from like a week ago OK I know I am sad



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