That would give the Lib Dems 454 seats and a majority of 258 according to thisalecstilleyedye said:last week's poll was as follows:
lib dem 38.71%
plaid cymru 0%
not voting 8.6%
the poll is now re-set with more options as requested.
Normal people, that's the scary thing and when you look at the breakdown of say the 2009 European elections it is not a few nutters in Lancashire and Yorkshire, it's spread through many, many cities and towns across the land.Catrike UK said:I often wonder what kind of people actually vote BNP.
People I work with. There are many in the lower strata of society who couldn't even tell you who the Prime Minister was. One guy at work told me with complete confidence that the Queen had got sick of the government and had booted them out, that's why there is an election.Catrike UK said:I often wonder what kind of people actually vote BNP.
This forum has 10,000 members, only around thirty ever post on P&L. About 80 (probably double those who would have voted had it been in P&L) have bothered to vote in the poll, so in no way does it reflect what the membership of Cyclechat think.dodgy said:Interesting, if the election was based on this forum and another (non cycling related) I read with a much higher readership than this site then Lib Dem are going to sail into office.
I have a feeling when it comes down to the actual vote that a lot will vote just like they have always done.
hmm. i wonder if the poll was public if they'd be brave enough to vote for them here.darkstar said:4 people on this site have opted to vote BNP? Wow.