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Did you talk about the vote today at work or with friends and family? Was there one or two Parties that stood out? You can ticket more than one party.

At work it seemed there was a clear idea of voting for something other than the big three - 'all just as bad'. The vast majority were going for UKIP with one or two going Green.

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Like voting would make any difference. It's just a side show to maintain the peace, make the peasants think they can actually influence something.

Look at the top three parties - identical.

There is no way the people can be allowed the chance to vote for real change. They are too stupid to even realise anything exists outside orthodoxy.

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A lot at work voted Labour, I work for a a Further Education College.

Family and non work friends Conservative.

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I didn't vote in the other poll on here, so the results won't compare.

BNP. I really don't agree with 75% of their policies, but i do feel that government thinking over a number of key issues (national identity fading, immigration too high, lack of discipline of the younger generation) are simply not being addressed by any of the more mainstream parties.

If this was a general election and i thought they'd have any chance of winning then i wouldn't vote for them. However, i do feel that the "envelope" that constitutes excepted thinking amongst politicians needs dragging a bit to the right. The trouble is, the impression i get is that it will take something with a great deal of gravitational pull to move it as far as i'd like, hence my vote for something a little "out there".

They are ******* fascists though, no getting away from that. God forbid they'd ever get in, although me and the wife are both blonde haired and blue eyed, so would no doubt be well cared for... :P

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Most of my colleagues are not voting at all "as a protest". I don't really understand that... how do you separate out the protestors from the apathetic (or in the case of spoiled ballots, the protestors from the stupid)?

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Most of my colleagues are not voting at all "as a protest". I don't really understand that... how do you separate out the protestors from the apathetic (or in the case of spoiled ballots, the protestors from the stupid)?

Strange. Pointless.

The whole point of voting is to register your opinion. Not voting implies you simply have none. Granted, if your opinion isn't represented then why vote for something in which you've no belief, surely better to get involved in politics yourself? Ah yes, that would take effort.

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I didn't realise we had so many Nazis on here these days.

I suggest Stormfront instead.

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I didn't vote in the other poll on here, so the results won't compare.

BNP. I really don't agree with 75% of their policies, but i do feel that government thinking over a number of key issues (national identity fading, immigration too high, lack of discipline of the younger generation) are simply not being addressed by any of the more mainstream parties.

If this was a general election and i thought they'd have any chance of winning then i wouldn't vote for them. However, i do feel that the "envelope" that constitutes excepted thinking amongst politicians needs dragging a bit to the right. The trouble is, the impression i get is that it will take something with a great deal of gravitational pull to move it as far as i'd like, hence my vote for something a little "out there".

They are ******* fascists though, no getting away from that. God forbid they'd ever get in, although me and the wife are both blonde haired and blue eyed, so would no doubt be well cared for... :P

Exactly - perfectly put. Voted BNP for the first time ever (County Council election and UKIP in Euro). No chance of winning, but an opportunity to voice agreement with their tough law and order policies.

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Now I'm partial to a bit of socialism but even I couldn't bring myself to vote for Scargill.

Looking at his manifesto I reckon it's the 1970s he wants, not socialism. Bring back the steel and car industries. Jesus.

We had local elections today and were looking at a useless conservative councillor, a useless libdem councillor or an unknown labour councillor. What we need more than any of these is a new political system.

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I did jokingly suggest if the no voters really thought it was as pointless as they said how about they please in the future get postal votes and let me choose a candidate, they didn't care enough to vote yet seemed horrified at that suggestion, bizarre!

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