Who will you vote for at the General Election 3?

Who are you intending to vote for on 6 May?

  • Labour

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Conservatives

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Lib Dems

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • BNP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • UKIP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Greens

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Respect

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SNP/PC

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  • Unionist NI

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Others

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Alliance NI

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Will abstain from voting

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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cpunk

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#1
Now the campaign is underway, it's time for another Arrse opinion poll to see whether there has been any significant shift in Arrsers voting intentions. This poll, and future ones during the campaign, will be for 24 hours only.

Let's try not to turn the discussion here into the usual bickering about Nazism/Racism/Political-Correctness-Gone-Mad etc etc etc.
 
#2
No Alliance for us in Norn' Iron?

I appreciate they can be included as 'others', but some of us would like to vote for a party in NI that isn't led by people who believe the world is 6000 years old, or wants a united Ireland...
 
#3
I simply just can't get my head round the fact that Gordon Brown is telling us that Labour will move the country on and improve our lot, economy wise. Of all people, he has presided over our economy firstly as Chancellor and secondly as PM, for 13 years years now and the country and its economy, is in absolute rag.

I'll be voting Conservative just to help try to get the Labour party and its poisonous cretins hoofed out of Government. Hopefully having been unelected in the first place, Gordon Brown will be removed as PM without ever successfully defending his party at an election.
 
#7
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
 

cpunk

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#8
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
There you go... never say Arrse isn't responsive.
 
#9
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
If you don't take part, you have no right to comment. Abstaining will not change the system
 
#10
And how many serving personnel have actually registered to vote ? As you must register every year. A nice trick by New Liablair to stop another section of the population voting against them.

If the Press are to be believed, only 10% have actually registered.

If you don't vote, how can you complain ??

D_B
 
#11
drain_sniffer said:
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
If you don't take part, you have no right to comment. Abstaining will not change the system
Unless maybe all 60million (or whatever the number is) voters decided not to go to the polls?

To paraphrase a hippy or two "Imagine if they gave an election and nobody came"?
 
#12
cpunk said:
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
There you go... never say Arrse isn't responsive.
That's what she said. :)
 
#13
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
It wasn't so long ago that a hight court judge compared our political system to a banana republic! 8O
 
#14
dangerousdave said:
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
It wasn't so long ago that a hight court judge compared our political system to a banana republic! 8O
It's political correctness gone mad. Oops, sorry Cpunk!
 
#15
I was going to vote Tory but, having read the manifestos (including Lib Dem) I've decided to go UKIP. They may not get in but I feel their stance on many things matches my own.

The only reason I actually read their manifesto in the first place was because of THIS.

Tubs
 
#16
dangerousdave said:
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
It wasn't so long ago that a hight court judge compared our political system to a banana republic! 8O
Well, it was five years ago and before the LAST general election, but lets not allow facts to get in the way of a good moan, eh?*


*I actually think it has got worse
 
#17
dogs_bollox said:
And how many serving personnel have actually registered to vote ? As you must register every year. A nice trick by New Liablair to stop another section of the population voting against them.
The rules have changed since the 2005 General Election. Registration as a service voter now lasts for FIVE years, having recently been increased from three years. Serving personnel and their partners who take the other option, of registering in the same way as civilian voters, are in the same position as civilan voters.

dogs_bollox said:
If the Press are to be believed, only 10% have actually registered.
Bollox. Source?

dogs_bollox said:
If you don't vote, how can you complain ??
Totally agree.
 
#18
drain_sniffer said:
Steven said:
How come no "none of the above" for those that think the political system in the UK is so broken that voting is now a total farce?
If you don't take part, you have no right to comment. Abstaining will not change the system
Fair comment mate but will voting change the system (much) either? Its like voting whether you want to die by gunshot or stabbing. Either fcking way your still going to die whatever you vote.

If anything for me it would be Conservative just to spark some kind of change, but I dont trust Cameron as far as I can throw him.
 
#20
Tubbyboy said:
I was going to vote Tory but, having read the manifestos (including Lib Dem) I've decided to go UKIP. They may not get in but I feel their stance on many things matches my own.

The only reason I actually read their manifesto in the first place was because of THIS.

Tubs

Bloody hell according to that I am meant to be voting lib dems this time who'd have thunk it
 
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