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Poll Who you voting for in the general election

Con
106
38%
Lab
117
42%
Lib
7
3%
UKIP
9
3%
Plaid
25
9%
Green
2
1%
Snp
1
0%
Bnp
0
No votes
Nat front
5
2%
Other
5
2%
 
Total votes : 277

' Poll ' Who you voting for in the General election?

Postby wez1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 8:38 am

Which one
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby wez1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 8:57 am

Would normally vote ukip but fed up of labour trying to mess up brexit so tories for me in this election
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 9:27 am

Voted for a labour candidate who I know in local election, as he genuinely works for the good of his local community. The thought of Corbyn, Abbott etc., terrifying.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Tony Blue Williams » Sun May 14, 2017 10:02 am

Steve Zodiak wrote:Voted for a labour candidate who I know in local election, as he genuinely works for the good of his local community. The thought of Corbyn, Abbott etc., terrifying.


And the thought of Thatcher Mark II isn't?
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby grange_end1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 10:03 am

Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby angelis1949 » Sun May 14, 2017 10:28 am

Steve Zodiak wrote:Voted for a labour candidate who I know in local election, as he genuinely works for the good of his local community. The thought of Corbyn, Abbott etc., terrifying.

Don't you realise that any vote for a Labour candidate is a vote for Corbyn
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 10:54 am

angelis1949 wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:Voted for a labour candidate who I know in local election, as he genuinely works for the good of his local community. The thought of Corbyn, Abbott etc., terrifying.

Don't you realise that any vote for a Labour candidate is a vote for Corbyn

In local elections I tend to go for the person rather than the party. He is one of four who were
elected onto our local community council. In a general election I vote for a party rather than a person. I do not particularly trust any part, and they are both full of promises that will not be kept, as has happened in every election since I was old enough to vote. I will vote for the lesser of two evils, but whoever gets in, I know that as an ordinary man in the street I will not notice any dramatic changes in my living standards. They both have the same money to play with, and whatever either gives with one hand, they will take away with the other. By the time the next election comes around, whoever wins this one, I guarantee that we will all be complaining about exactly the same things we are complaining about now.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby wez1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 11:24 am

grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Bakedalasker » Sun May 14, 2017 11:53 am

Steve Zodiak wrote:
angelis1949 wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:Voted for a labour candidate who I know in local election, as he genuinely works for the good of his local community. The thought of Corbyn, Abbott etc., terrifying.

Don't you realise that any vote for a Labour candidate is a vote for Corbyn

In local elections I tend to go for the person rather than the party. He is one of four who were
elected onto our local community council. In a general election I vote for a party rather than a person. I do not particularly trust any part, and they are both full of promises that will not be kept, as has happened in every election since I was old enough to vote. I will vote for the lesser of two evils, but whoever gets in, I know that as an ordinary man in the street I will not notice any dramatic changes in my living standards. They both have the same money to play with, and whatever either gives with one hand, they will take away with the other. By the time the next election comes around, whoever wins this one, I guarantee that we will all be complaining about exactly the same things we are complaining about now.


Only Government that really made any change was Thackers. Quite a few did very well and quite a few suffered. Usually it's a very small minority that do well with the sufferers increasing in umber. However when Thacker did get in it was a lot dimmer than it has been for a long time so in a way she could not fail.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby CasuallyCasual » Sun May 14, 2017 12:04 pm

I can't believe there are so many misinformed flippers on here that are considering voting for the Tories
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby angelis1949 » Sun May 14, 2017 12:14 pm

CasuallyCasual wrote:I can't believe there are so many misinformed flippers on here that are considering voting for the Tories

Oh dear
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 12:23 pm

CasuallyCasual wrote:I can't believe there are so many misinformed flippers on here that are considering voting for the Tories

Obviously the majority of the population do not have your vastly superior intellect.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby AHERNE » Sun May 14, 2017 12:25 pm

So i see Cardiff City are now a TORY club :lol: you couldnt make it up .... last election everyone was UKIP with a few NF supporters ... Blow me, what a turnaround :lol: :lol: :lol: CORBYN4PM
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby TERRYB » Sun May 14, 2017 1:01 pm

Can only see one outcome
An absolute landslide Tory victory and the end of Corbyn.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Magners » Sun May 14, 2017 1:25 pm

First time Coservative for me.

Voted UKIP last election and Labour before that.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby wez1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 1:40 pm

Magners wrote:First time Coservative for me.

Voted UKIP last election and Labour before that.

Me too
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby angelis1949 » Sun May 14, 2017 2:18 pm

TERRYB wrote:Can only see one outcome
An absolute landslide Tory victory and the end of Corbyn.

Not so sure it would be the end of Corbyn,wouldn't be surprised if he stayed on
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby wez1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 2:44 pm

This poll is going the way of tbe national polls
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Bluebird72 » Sun May 14, 2017 2:51 pm

wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Bluebird72 » Sun May 14, 2017 2:58 pm

Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Jonty106 » Sun May 14, 2017 3:03 pm

Don't want to split hairs but assuming those on here are City fans can I point out that if you vote Plaid you are voting for City to be playing in the Welsh Leagues.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 3:07 pm

Bluebird72 wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 3:14 pm

Steve Zodiak wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt

Need to remember who introduced tuition fees in the first place. As far as fox hunting goes, you may be right. I have read the press reports as well, and although I may have missed it, I have not heard her say she is pro hunting and plans to re-introduce it. As I have said today, I take press reports with a pinch of salt, and I would have thought that being pro hunting would be a good way to lose a lot of votes.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby JimCP91 » Sun May 14, 2017 4:06 pm

Don't understand why anybody wouldn't vote labour because of Brexit. It's in their manifesto that "the people have spoken"
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby JimCP91 » Sun May 14, 2017 4:08 pm

Steve Zodiak wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt

Need to remember who introduced tuition fees in the first place. As far as fox hunting goes, you may be right. I have read the press reports as well, and although I may have missed it, I have not heard her say she is pro hunting and plans to re-introduce it. As I have said today, I take press reports with a pinch of salt, and I would have thought that being pro hunting would be a good way to lose a lot of votes.


There is a video online where she categorically says she's is pro fox hunting personally, and will allow parliament to vote.

Yes labour did introduce tuition fees, but Corbyn wants to abolish them as well as reverse all privatisation of the NHS. The NHS privatisation has doubled under the Torys.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Merlin11 » Sun May 14, 2017 4:27 pm

The mugs on her are the ones who take on board what the Tory press tell them. The other day the d.mail had JC running over a photographer when in fact he was in the back seat of the car .He was actually being driven by a police officer. They are all ganging up to screw the general public and protect their monetary interests. Yes May does want to bring back fox hunting and yes you heard it here first the pension age is going to rise after the election too 70years.
Jeremy Corbin is meeting the GP everyday up and down the country with large numbers attending. No stage managed media rooms he takes on board questions openly which is making himself very popular. Teresa May has selected small venues and selected pro audience. She then picks who will ask her a question which is usually a Tory supporting paper. All a bit boring.

Jeremy Corbin is a breath of fresh air in British politics and I see that the polls have narrowed over the weekend. Labour up to 32%.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Steve Zodiak » Sun May 14, 2017 4:31 pm

JimCP91 wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt

Need to remember who introduced tuition fees in the first place. As far as fox hunting goes, you may be right. I have read the press reports as well, and although I may have missed it, I have not heard her say she is pro hunting and plans to re-introduce it. As I have said today, I take press reports with a pinch of salt, and I would have thought that being pro hunting would be a good way to lose a lot of votes.


There is a video online where she categorically says she's is pro fox hunting personally, and will allow parliament to vote.

Yes labour did introduce tuition fees, but Corbyn wants to abolish them as well as reverse all privatisation of the NHS. The NHS privatisation has doubled under the Torys.

Could run into problems getting rid of tuition fees. I think that may lead to less Universities, and only the better ones will remain. That would mean students who are presently accepted to some of the lesser universities would not be able to get into the more established ones. Have'nt seen the foxhunting video, but if you say it is out there fair enough. I guess that will cost her some votes, although probably not enough to have a massive effect on the election outcome. As far as the NHS is concerned, I am presently having to use it more than I would have liked. I can only speak as I find it, and to be fair I have only experienced excellent care. I may be one of the lucky ones, but I can't fault the service I have received so far.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby Bluebird72 » Sun May 14, 2017 5:47 pm

Steve Zodiak wrote:
JimCP91 wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
Bluebird72 wrote:
wez1927 wrote:
grange_end1927 wrote:Was Labour, no more for me, you got be a mug to vote them now.

Voted brexit so voting Con and stability :ayatollah:

Totally agree

You know May voted remain and corbyn wanted to leave. May wants to rise tuition fees again, build houses that no one can afford and bring back fox hunting. The NHS has been nice and stable recently hasn't it, just like he rest of our economy.

Also she's been "mixed" in her voting for equal gay rights, gerally voted against laws to promote equality and human rights amd has also generally voted against giving the Welsh assembly more power but no you're right "strong and stable". Melt

Need to remember who introduced tuition fees in the first place. As far as fox hunting goes, you may be right. I have read the press reports as well, and although I may have missed it, I have not heard her say she is pro hunting and plans to re-introduce it. As I have said today, I take press reports with a pinch of salt, and I would have thought that being pro hunting would be a good way to lose a lot of votes.


There is a video online where she categorically says she's is pro fox hunting personally, and will allow parliament to vote.

Yes labour did introduce tuition fees, but Corbyn wants to abolish them as well as reverse all privatisation of the NHS. The NHS privatisation has doubled under the Torys.

Could run into problems getting rid of tuition fees. I think that may lead to less Universities, and only the better ones will remain. That would mean students who are presently accepted to some of the lesser universities would not be able to get into the more established ones. Have'nt seen the foxhunting video, but if you say it is out there fair enough. I guess that will cost her some votes, although probably not enough to have a massive effect on the election outcome. As far as the NHS is concerned, I am presently having to use it more than I would have liked. I can only speak as I find it, and to be fair I have only experienced excellent care. I may be one of the lucky ones, but I can't fault the service I have received so far.
he service and work done by the people there is amazing but financially the NHS is going down the toilet, on the case of university tuition fees they were free for my parents and are free in Scotland and capped in Wales, if we got rid of the murder submarines we done need we'd have enough money to cover tuition fees help the NHS or maybe some of the money we are sending to the EU could help out.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby fred keenor » Sun May 14, 2017 5:59 pm

Anyone who thinks JC is electable is sorely out of touch.
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Re: Poll Who you voting for in the General election

Postby darran1927 » Sun May 14, 2017 6:09 pm

Don't know who I m voting for yet but to me at first glance Labours figures don't add up , what he promises sounds great free school meals , free tution fees , more police etc but don't get how he is in planning on paying for all this , something has got to give somewhere ,
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