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General Election - Voting ?

Will you vote at the next G.E. ?

  • Yes

    Votes: 17 94.4%
  • No

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Abstain

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    18
  • Poll closed .

KevinJH

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Not sure if this'll work but will give it a try, here goes.......

Something got me wondering when reading through one of the threads here in the Politics Forum a couple of week's ago. If I'm honest (and not wishing to sound like a politician here or a footy manager) I can't remember exactly which thread in particular but something was highlighted and struck a chord about the true worth of a person's vote and whether or not that it counted but that it mattered.

I think we'd all pretty much agree that it's a privilege to be able to cast one's vote but with all that's been - and of course, still is - going on, just how valuable to you is that vote ? Are you ticked off with the way Brexit's being handled ? Fed up with politicians doing what they want ? Or you're happy that some have the cajones to make a stand. I could go on but you get the drift.

I don't need to keep listing all the fore's and against's, I'm simply curious to see if;
Yes, you'll vote as normal
No, you're fed up with the whole shebang, or
Abstain, you won't vote this time (as a protest ?) but will do so come the next one.

Please, please please - this is just a bit of innocent fun, please try not to rip anyone's throats out if they post a comment you disagree with :Think:
Maybe just hit a selection and go put the kettle on.

Thank-you for humouring me - poll closes in 5 days.

UTB :LoyalSupporter: (and no, I'm not talking Conservatives here :ROFL:)
 
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