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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 09:58 - Oct 31 with 2161 viewsSuperfrans

This has produced an interesting snapshot.

A poll of about 120 of us on TWTD, around 33% Tory, 36% Labour, 21% Lib Dem, just 3% Brexit Party, 5% undecided or won't vote. I'm particularly surprised how many are broadly left (Labour, LibDem, Green etc) - almost 60% of us.

Worth remembering when we're in the midst of a ferocious debate.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:02 - Oct 31 with 2155 viewsDubtractor

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 09:58 - Oct 31 by Superfrans

This has produced an interesting snapshot.

A poll of about 120 of us on TWTD, around 33% Tory, 36% Labour, 21% Lib Dem, just 3% Brexit Party, 5% undecided or won't vote. I'm particularly surprised how many are broadly left (Labour, LibDem, Green etc) - almost 60% of us.

Worth remembering when we're in the midst of a ferocious debate.


Not sure I'd call lib dems left.

Also, this disproves the view from some (mostly brexiteers) that this place is just a big lefty bumfest. Itd actually a pretty decent cross section of voters.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:15 - Oct 31 with 2133 viewsJ2BLUE

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:02 - Oct 31 by Dubtractor

Not sure I'd call lib dems left.

Also, this disproves the view from some (mostly brexiteers) that this place is just a big lefty bumfest. Itd actually a pretty decent cross section of voters.


I thin if you just polled the people who get involved in political threads it would have a strong left bias.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:18 - Oct 31 with 2120 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:15 - Oct 31 by J2BLUE

I thin if you just polled the people who get involved in political threads it would have a strong left bias.


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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:14 - Oct 31 with 2092 viewsPinewoodblue

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:15 - Oct 31 by J2BLUE

I thin if you just polled the people who get involved in political threads it would have a strong left bias.


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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:20 - Oct 31 with 2074 viewsSaleAway

How did you manage to get Conservatives red, and labour, blue? That properly confused me!

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:23 - Oct 31 with 2068 viewschicoazul

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 06:17 - Oct 30 by Superfrans

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:24 - Oct 31 with 2062 viewschicoazul

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:20 - Oct 31 by SaleAway

How did you manage to get Conservatives red, and labour, blue? That properly confused me!


the tories are red Labour are blue and the green party are red im so confused

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:46 - Oct 31 with 2026 viewsSuperfrans

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:24 - Oct 31 by chicoazul

the tories are red Labour are blue and the green party are red im so confused


I know. I couldn't change that. It was automated by the site.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:02 - Oct 31 by Dubtractor

Not sure I'd call lib dems left.

Also, this disproves the view from some (mostly brexiteers) that this place is just a big lefty bumfest. Itd actually a pretty decent cross section of voters.


Left / right depends on your position, I guess. But I'd definitely put the Lib Dems left of centre...

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:58 - Oct 31 with 1992 viewschicoazul

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 11:46 - Oct 31 by Superfrans

I know. I couldn't change that. It was automated by the site.

It's clearly a strategy by the TWTD illuminati (Phil/Gav) to screw with our minds...


Always knew Gav was a shy Tory!

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:05 - Oct 31 with 1975 viewsmonytowbray

Dare I say this is probably more accurate than what the polls the media like to amplify are claiming.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:06 - Oct 31 with 1978 viewslowhouseblue

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:05 - Oct 31 by monytowbray

Dare I say this is probably more accurate than what the polls the media like to amplify are claiming.


on the basis that the people who click on a poll on twtd are statistically representative of the nation?

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:15 - Oct 31 with 1957 viewsJ2BLUE

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:06 - Oct 31 by lowhouseblue

on the basis that the people who click on a poll on twtd are statistically representative of the nation?


Also, some people vote for the likes of Brexit and UKIP because they know it makes people froth at the mouth.

...so i've heard...

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:41 - Oct 31 with 1918 viewswkj

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 18:47 - Nov 1 with 1628 viewsbritbiker

Based on the poll, I look forward to another five years of zombie parliament. Oh joy
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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 20:47 - Nov 1 with 1559 viewsNthsuffolkblue

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 18:47 - Nov 1 by britbiker

Based on the poll, I look forward to another five years of zombie parliament. Oh joy


I don't see why anyone thinks a General Election does anything to solve Brexit.

Conservatives remain likely to get the largest vote share. Regardless of whether that gives them a majority, they have around 33% of their MPs who will only accept no deal, 33% that will never accept no deal and 33% that will do whatever their leader tells them. With the opposition parties opposing whatever deal the Tory leader negotiates and opposing no deal, the only way for agreement in parliament is for their leader to go with the opposition and have a referendum or remain. That isn't going to happen.

Therefore, whatever the result in December, there will be continued impasse, another forced request for an extension with increasing demand for a referendum. The General Election is just a complete waste of time unless something very unexpected happens.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 22:27 - Nov 1 with 1483 viewsWD19

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 20:47 - Nov 1 by Nthsuffolkblue

I don't see why anyone thinks a General Election does anything to solve Brexit.

Conservatives remain likely to get the largest vote share. Regardless of whether that gives them a majority, they have around 33% of their MPs who will only accept no deal, 33% that will never accept no deal and 33% that will do whatever their leader tells them. With the opposition parties opposing whatever deal the Tory leader negotiates and opposing no deal, the only way for agreement in parliament is for their leader to go with the opposition and have a referendum or remain. That isn't going to happen.

Therefore, whatever the result in December, there will be continued impasse, another forced request for an extension with increasing demand for a referendum. The General Election is just a complete waste of time unless something very unexpected happens.


Yes and no. Presumably the Conservative manifesto will have a commitment to pass Boris deal before the end of January. Any MP elected on that manifesto will support it. Net: a majority means the deal passes.

Anything but a majority and the current impasse persists. Probably some kind of rainbow coalition coalescing around a referendum to unblock things.....assuming they can agree on the question to be asked.
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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 23:08 - Nov 1 with 1440 viewsWorcester

What is your voting intention on December 12? on 20:47 - Nov 1 by Nthsuffolkblue

I don't see why anyone thinks a General Election does anything to solve Brexit.

Conservatives remain likely to get the largest vote share. Regardless of whether that gives them a majority, they have around 33% of their MPs who will only accept no deal, 33% that will never accept no deal and 33% that will do whatever their leader tells them. With the opposition parties opposing whatever deal the Tory leader negotiates and opposing no deal, the only way for agreement in parliament is for their leader to go with the opposition and have a referendum or remain. That isn't going to happen.

Therefore, whatever the result in December, there will be continued impasse, another forced request for an extension with increasing demand for a referendum. The General Election is just a complete waste of time unless something very unexpected happens.


I agree.

We were due an election about now if Teresa May hadn't called the last one in 2017. But if you want to go to the country to sort brevet then go to the country through a referendum about the one issue. A GE is naturally going to be about more than one issue.

I have felt that this election is just going to return a similar parliament too. The last referendum was sold as a chance to renegotiate our position with Europe to silence UKIP. It is so divisive that it may balls up politics for years to come.
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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 10:33 - Nov 2 with 1222 viewsBigManBlue

You forgot the Monster Raving Loony Party...

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Why doesn't TWTD allow voter fraud?
It seems I can only vote once.

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What is your voting intention on December 12? on 12:04 - Nov 2 with 1174 viewsNthsuffolkblue

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Yes and no. Presumably the Conservative manifesto will have a commitment to pass Boris deal before the end of January. Any MP elected on that manifesto will support it. Net: a majority means the deal passes.

Anything but a majority and the current impasse persists. Probably some kind of rainbow coalition coalescing around a referendum to unblock things.....assuming they can agree on the question to be asked.


Yes, because every elected MP enacts their party's manifesto once elected.

There is no way the ERG will accept Johnson's deal even if it means they leave the Conservative party after they have been elected.

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