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The Official Carers UK Online Forum 2010 Election Exit Poll - Carers UK Forum

The Official Carers UK Online Forum 2010 Election Exit Poll

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Well here it is, the big day in politics, there could be shocks, there could suprises and we could end up with a new government. But who did you vote for?
This poll is interesting: its a very big and fair sample. The Tories are the most feared/disliked party in the UK:

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/poll/0 ... e-election

Poll Started 4 May 2010:

Who DON’T you want to win the election?

With talk of a hung parliament rife, if you were to be given the option to vote one of the three main parties out of government rather than in – who’d you choose?

Who don’t you want to win the election?

A. Conservatives
49% (9766 votes)
B. Labour
44% (8679 votes)
C. Liberal Democrats
7% (1381 votes)



Total Votes: 19826
It's nothing to do with you or anyone else! Bl***y cheek!
It's nothing to do with you or anyone else! Bl***y cheek!
If people want to name the parties that they have voted for then people are free to do that but the poll is anonymous anyway so if someone just wants to anonymously register their vote then it's fair enough.

I don't see much difference in this poll than the ones asking people's opinions on who won the TV debates because that still gives inclination on voting intentions.

The point of this thread is to discuss the results or the probable results not to find out which member of the forum voted for which party. I hope I haven't made the thread come across in that way, because frankly I don't really give a monkey's who you or Excalibur or anyone else has voted for, I am more interested in the overall results.
Who don’t you want to win the election?

A. Conservatives
49% (9766 votes)
B. Labour
44% (8679 votes)
C. Liberal Democrats
7% (1381 votes)
That's quite interesting, from going on that website numerous times I have always found a lot of people on there to be Pro-Tory so I am quite suprised that the majority do not want the tories to win.
Using the BBC's fun little election calculator and using the votes from here, if the votes from here reflected how the country as a whole voted the results would be a hung parliament with the Liberals 43 short of a majority.

Liberal Democrat 283 seats
Labour 277 seats
Conservatives 61 seats
Other 29 seats


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/ ... 609989.stm
What happened to Democracy? People are not being allowed to vote!!!!

Purple rules OK!

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After the massive number of votes and recount after recount, here is the result of the exit poll if the country had voted in the same way as the voters on here did:



Liberal Democrats 539 seats
Labour 87 seats
Other parties 24 seats
Conservatives 0 seats


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