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  1. 1. Who did you vote for?

    • Brexit Party
      2
    • Conservatives
      33
    • Green Party
      23
    • Labour
      356
    • Liberal Democrats
      77
    • SNP
      17
    • UKIP
      2
    • Other
      12


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If you couldn't be arsed to vote then you're not really in a position to be making any demands.

I'll be worse off under labour, no I don't earn over £80k but I'm a business owner which will mean a rise in dividend tax and corporation tax, however I have to think of my children and their opportun

It is quite interesting to see how opposition supporters are treated in this forum. On a similar vein,  my son is taking part in a social experiment. He has to wear a Tory rosette on his shi

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I was going to start another poll not on our voting intentions but the likely result - but never got round to it.  My personal guess would have been a Boris majority of about 20-30.  This (if the exit polls are right) was way off my radar.

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11 minutes ago, SwedgeAntilles said:

For me it´s now an absolute priority. 

I voted Yes in 2014 but I was a late turner to independence, I don´t consider myself a ´nat´, Wings and his like are fucking horrible, but as a socialist I felt the best chance of electing a social democracy was in an independent Scotland. That´s now confirmed past all doubt. We have to push for independence.

Pretty much how I feel about things. I’ve only been able to vote since the 2014 referendum and have always voted SNP but like yourself did like the look of a lot of Labour’s policies this time round, albeit I’d never have voted for them as I live in an SNP/Conservative marginal. As you say, the unpleasant side of the pro independence campaign undoubtedly put some people off last time but even if the exit poll is slightly optimistic for the SNP, it seems pretty clear now that independence is the only viable option for us.

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1 minute ago, kingcrawler said:

Pretty much how I feel about things. I’ve only been able to vote since the 2014 referendum and have always voted SNP but like yourself did like the look of a lot of Labour’s policies this time round, albeit I’d never have voted for them as I live in an SNP/Conservative marginal. As you say, the unpleasant side of the pro independence campaign undoubtedly put some people off last time but even if the exit poll is slightly optimistic for the SNP, it seems pretty clear now that independence is the only viable option for us.

One of the most distasteful things I´ve found during this election is the reaction of the hard-nats to the rest of us who have a more complex approach to supporting independence, however you always get nutters in any campaign. The great thing about Scottish independence for me is that it´s completely welcoming, particularly to our friends on this board/south of the border   

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2 minutes ago, jackmerton said:

So is this a definite loss for Labour? Not sure whether an exit poll is super accurate. Weird that neither me nor anyone I've spoken to was asked who they voted for on exit. 

Only 20k people asked out of 45 million but its been fairly accurate since 1992.

Johnson and a few of the other uber twats could still lose their seats though. Fingers crossed. 

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9 minutes ago, Slugworth said:

How has this become so bleak? I honestly thought it would be so much closer

Brexit of course. People want it done and see Johnson as being able to put and end to it. Most likely it’ll drag on for years, and as it does the homeless epidemic i see with my own eyes will get worse and worse. 

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As an Englishman I completely understand the desire for Scottish independence now. 

Devastated. A divided left I could understand but even if you add them up... if this is to be believed the public want brexit and basically everything the tories stand for.

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