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Three from this household have been this morning and put a big cross in the leave box. It's going to be a long day.

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I miss out on this with postal voting, but before I could postal vote I mostly didn't vote at all.

Similar here, I live with my girlfriend but am registered elsewhere (nothing dodgy) and so voting for the last 3-4 years has been a bit of a pain, to the point I haven't bothered*. For this one finally got round to doing a postal vote, doesn't feel the same and especially on something like this would have been nice to go along and put that cross on the paper.

Posted it a few weeks ago, hopefully it won't have fallen down the back of a sofa or something.

* in all cases they way I voted would have had no bearing on the outcome.

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Just about to don the string backed leather driving gloves, and the trilby, to drive my 82 year old dad to the polling station.

We vote leave in nth Dorset, oh yes we do.

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I miss out on this with postal voting, but before I could postal vote I mostly didn't vote at all.

Same here. Much prefer it. Has it been burnt out the back though? That is the question.

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Cast my OUT vote, along with my 23yo son, who was wavering, but finally went for OUT also.

The polling station was the busiest I've ever seen in 35 years of voting. It's been said that a high turnout would favour REMAIN, but this is one of the top ten most Pro-Brexit areas in the UK, so might be a good sign.

Wife (OUT) and daughter (was REMAIN, but switched to OUT) off to vote now.....

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Won't be voting until this evening (definite Leave). Depressingly the number of Remain posters around me has increased in the last few days, I really fear that those fools will win this one and doom us.

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Suspect it will be like the London mayor election. Khan promised three main things, 1; no travel cost rises, 2; build 50,000 properties 3; 50% affordable surprise surprise, all three have been broken and the media plus the people who voted for him ..... silence.

For remain when they win there will be joy that roaming charges across the EU are safe and they can work abroad even though they only speak English and be a bit surprised when Turkey to start fast track negotiations next week. Last year the UK population increased by 500,000 and will be more next year, EU will demand more money to help with bail-outs ... all the media and the people who voted for remain ..... silence.

Yup.

Everyone i used to know in London seems to be in love with the new mayor.

I think they're utterly deluded.

Ive given up on them. :mellow:

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For remain when they win there will be joy that roaming charges across the EU are safe and they can work abroad even though they only speak English and be a bit surprised when Turkey to start fast track negotiations next week. Last year the UK population increased by 500,000 and will be more next year, EU will demand more money to help with bail-outs ... all the media and the people who voted for remain ..... silence.

Silence? You really think so? No, they'll be celebrating it, they're so stupid they'll actually think that's all great. Turkeys (no pun intended) voting for Christmas aren't the half of it.

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I'm marshalling my family today, getting the Vote Leave out. My mum is marching my Dad to the polling station - first time in his life to vote! One brother going to vote Leave. Me too. Waiting to hear from others.

Unfortunately / fortunately the wife can't vote as she's French ha ha. Neither can the majority of my friends who are also not British citizens. Apparently I'm a hater though according to the elites who probably have never met a foreign person. I live, socialise, pray and work with foreigners every day but I'm still voting Leave. The EU is anti-democratic, a waste of money, over-regulated and damaging to our economy.

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I was OUT. My wife was OUT. All my friends and most colleagues were REMAIN.

REMAIN will win, but at least I will have a clear conscience. I just hope the shockwaves will be enough to bring positive changes to our political parties in the UK, and that the EU will be under a microscope in the future.

I expect to say "Told you so!" to many of my friends over the coming years... Maybe even weeks...

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I was OUT. My wife was OUT. All my friends and most colleagues were REMAIN.

REMAIN will win, but at least I will have a clear conscience. I just hope the shockwaves will be enough to bring positive changes to our political parties in the UK, and that the EU will be under a microscope in the future.

I expect to say "Told you so!" to many of my friends over the coming years... Maybe even weeks...

How do you know Remain will win? Surely your sample size is too small? Why are you and your wife so different in mind-set from close associates and friends?

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If we stay in then I am washing my hands of all the SJWs and fem-nazies. I will look forward to them complaining about their rights disappearing in the future and I am just going to laugh.

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I was OUT. My wife was OUT. All my friends and most colleagues were REMAIN.

REMAIN will win, but at least I will have a clear conscience. I just hope the shockwaves will be enough to bring positive changes to our political parties in the UK, and that the EU will be under a microscope in the future.

I expect to say "Told you so!" to many of my friends over the coming years... Maybe even weeks...

I'm hoping the over 65s are going to vote out en masse.

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They are, he made a total c*ock of himself on the televised debates. IMO.

I really disliked his shouting over the other panelists on TV the other night. I'd be amazed if his constant and loud interruptions of the female panelists didn't put off a lot of women viewers (my wife tells me it's one of the most annoying things a man can do when a lady trying to tell him about his many bad habits). And yelling out 'Liar!' if he disagreed with his opponent - he'll make the Labour party even less electable if he takes over from Corbyn.

I still expect Remain to pip Out at the post, due to postal voting and the carefully orchestrated orgy of grief over Jo Cox pushing lots of emotional buttons.

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Yup.

Everyone i used to know in London seems to be in love with the new mayor.

I think they're utterly deluded.

Ive given up on them. :mellow:

You don't know me then!

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Didn't bother using the pencils provided in the voting booths, as I have always thought that the ballot papers can easily be manipulated when marked with pencils. Instead, took my own pen with me and put a big cross in 'Leave' box.

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Didn't bother using the pencils provided in the voting booths, as I have always thought that the ballot papers can easily be manipulated when marked with pencils. Instead, took my own pen with me and put a big cross in 'Leave' box.

I used the pencil but I spent 10 minutes crafting a beautifully thick X and made indentations in the paper.

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