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I'm curious to know who members intend to vote for in the 2015 General Election, and whether this changes as we draw nearer to it.

At this stage, who do you intend to vote for and why; and what, if anything would make you change your mind in between now and then?

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I'm voting ukip I believe we need more houses in this country but there is no point building them if we have 100'000 new immigrants every year.

But if one of the party's said they were doing CI I would vote for them.

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I wont be voting for any of them, not one of them sings even close to the same hymn sheet as me. In fact ALL parties are singing from the same sheet themselves.

I want someong to improve my life and not GDP, which somehow the politicians have got most of us to believe are the same thing.

How about voting in a tactical way, a vote for change. ;)

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How about voting in a tactical way, a vote for change. ;)

That is my way of thinking too, I think a substantial increase in the UKIP vote will frighten the main three parties so that is where I intend to vote next time.

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I'm voting ukip I believe we need more houses in this country but there is no point building them if we have 100'000 new immigrants every year.

But if one of the party's said they were doing CI I would vote for them.

Green's have citizens income, land value tax, and full reserve banking as as a part of their political manifesto, it's why i'm intending to vote for them. Yes, I clicked green's in the above poll.... Also note I do not give a damn about foxes or hugging trees.

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Ukip or local health concern party 'because it won twice' the current career politics o three main groups only interest in there career nothing else.

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Given the votes I am not surprised practically everyone on HPC is a Marxist

Except the non voters.

Marxist???

The poll leader at the moment is UKIP. They are anything but marxist. Some fascist overtones perhaps with their nationalistic tendencies but certainly not marxist.

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Marxist???

The poll leader at the moment is UKIP. They are anything but marxist. Some fascist overtones perhaps with their nationalistic tendencies but certainly not marxist.

Fascistic, treasonous, incompetent, and thieves are about the kindest ways that shower could be described.

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Fascistic, treasonous, incompetent, and thieves are about the kindest ways that shower could be described.

I thought you might pop up in this thread bristolhunter.

Will you be expanding on why you hate UKIP today? Perhaps, dare I say it, declaring your interest?

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That is my way of thinking too, I think a substantial increase in the UKIP vote will frighten the main three parties so that is where I intend to vote next time.

UKIP will not win.....but hopefully erratic voting will throw the cat amongst the pigeons, so as to allow different new parties to form and emerge from the closed shop. ;)

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Green's have citizens income, land value tax, and full reserve banking as as a part of their political manifesto, it's why i'm intending to vote for them. Yes, I clicked green's in the above poll.... Also note I do not give a damn about foxes or hugging trees.

The Green party sounds good. If I could choose a manifesto Greens have it. You just Know that you could vote Green for the next million year and they still wouldn't get in.

I guess ukip has the best chance at rocking the establishment.

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That is my way of thinking too, I think a substantial increase in the UKIP vote will frighten the main three parties so that is where I intend to vote next time.

Voting for UKIP will by no means frighten Labour. All it means to them is that they will be able to leverage their solid minority of voters more easily into a perpetual lock on power in Parliament.

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Voting for UKIP will by no means frighten Labour. All it means to them is that they will be able to leverage their solid minority of voters more easily into a perpetual lock on power in Parliament.

Seeing as you can't get a fag paper between Labour and Tory's why does this matter?

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That is my way of thinking too, I think a substantial increase in the UKIP vote will frighten the main three parties so that is where I intend to vote next time.

The three 'main ' parties are already very scared of UKIP - It isrising fast around me in Sussex and now the opposition for local govt. In fact, LibDems will lose out in seats next time, to any other party in the wings, but the main movers will be UKIP who will get seats in Parliament. There are a good 20 areas in this country ready to go UKIP. It is no longer a protest vote. People don't believe in Cameron's phony attempt to 'renegotiate' our terms of EU membership. It's not possible and the EU always comes back at you whatever promise they make and you can't trust them! You can't trust Cameron to hold a rferendum on the EU that is not a straight IN/OUT question. Immigration is a top topic and will only be rsolved by having the Borders back by leaving the EU.

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Voting for UKIP will by no means frighten Labour. All it means to them is that they will be able to leverage their solid minority of voters more easily into a perpetual lock on power in Parliament.

What makes you think that Labour voters won't defect to UKIP? I would have said that they were the most likely group to have been affected by recent immigration policy.

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