How would you vote if the general election were held tomorrow?


"Nothing commends a radical change to an Englishman more than the belief that it is really conservative." Historian & politician Herbert Fisher quoted in The Independent

37% of British adults would vote Conservative

35% Labour and

17% Lib Dem

At one stage Labour was 26 points behind. However…

62% say they do not know what the Tories stand for on important issuers

53% don’t know same about Labour

Have YOU ever given a thought about Independents?

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2 responses to “How would you vote if the general election were held tomorrow?

  1. I would do what I usually do and not vote at all as I believe that party politics is fundamentally flawed. I would much sooner vote for an individual who is passionate beyond self interrest in that which he or she wishes to represent in government. I can’t see the sense in voting for a “Rag-Tag and Bobtail” kind of government that actually does very little for democracy other than give you the choice to vote. We need strong individuals that are prepared to fight and truly represent the street level populous that is the very sustainance of all life on earth. Truthful and honest representation – that’s what we all want! So stand up as a humanist and I will vote for you today and tomorrow!!!!!

    • Very well put in your no non-sense inimitable style. I thought that that’s what I am standing for – “passionate beyond self interest in that which he or she wishes to represent in government “, “non-party politics, with people and with principles”, “strong individuals that are prepared to fight and truly represent the street level populous that is the very sustenance of all life on earth”, “giving each electorate direct, truthful and honest representation in British Parliament”, and much more beyond.

      It appears from your timely & very relevant comment from the very heart of Britain that my message of what I stand for may not be clear. I’ll review. I am relatively new to WordPress but hope you like my photo of the Peace Pagoda representing Milton Keynes on my home page?

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