Who did you vote for in the EU Elections

Who did you vote for in the EU Elections

  • LABOUR

  • UKIP

  • GREEN

  • CHANGE UK

  • TORRIES

  • LIB DEMS

  • BREXIT PARTY

  • Sinn Féin

  • DUP

  • SNP

  • Plaid Cymru

  • UUP

  • DIDNT VOTE

  • "Conservative"

  • Can't vote (not eligible)


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ESCJAMIE

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Set poll to private just incase you dont want everyone knowing your business ;)

But feel free to discuss if you want

Just curious thats all
 

ESCJAMIE

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Okay i will be first to answer.

Didn't vote. Waste of time and to be honest it will change nothing.
VERY TRUE

But I still voted as polling station is like 5 houses down so had no excuse haha.
 

goatwack

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Sinn Fein of course
 

paul7388

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VERY TRUE

But I still voted as polling station is like 5 houses down so had no excuse haha.
Yeah i know voting is important. But with the mess everything is in a lot of people won't have voted today and mainly people that want to get a point across will vote.

But it makes no difference to Brexit and has no bearing on next general election. Having to vote for mp's somewhere we should not be is crazy.

Then again i never vote as to me all parties are as bad as each other. Voted once to say no to independence and next vote will be same if it ever happens again lol.
 
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Mr_Slot5

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Today's vote absolutely will make a difference. It'll be a guage of public opinion right now and both the EU and parliament will analyse the results.

A resounding Brexit Party win will pretty much take a second ref off the table as it will any temptation to revoke article 50.

From an EU perspective, it'll steer their ship either towards granting another extension in October, with a view to us holding a second ref or telling us to leave with no deal.

Personally I'm of the opinion we need to get out with no deal and try to negotiate a FTA further down the line.
 

ESCJAMIE

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Yeah i know voting is important. But with the mess everything is in a lot of people won't have voted today and mainly people that want to get a point across will vote.

But it makes no difference to Brexit and has no bearing on next general election. Having to vote for mp's somewhere we should not be is crazy.

Then again i never vote as to me all parties are as bad as each other. Voted once to say no to independence and next vote will be same if it ever happens again lol.
Aha True, I mean I voted Brexit party as I voted leave but would never vote for farage at a General election or local elections
 

ESCJAMIE

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Today's vote absolutely will make a difference. It'll be a guage of public opinion right now and both the EU and parliament will analyse the results.

A resounding Brexit Party win will pretty much take a second ref off the table as it will any temptation to revoke article 50.

From an EU perspective, it'll steer their ship either towards granting another extension in October, with a view to us holding a second ref or telling us to leave with no deal.

Personally I'm of the opinion we need to get out with no deal and try to negotiate a FTA further down the line.
But at the same time thou the "Remain partys" will have more % put together than brexit party so every side can say they won haha.
 

Mr_Slot5

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Aha True, I mean I voted Brexit party as I voted leave but would never vote for farage at a General election or local elections
The thing is, what happens next will define what happens in the next general election. A poll last night put the Brexit Party second in terms of vote share at a GE if called now. That's seat gaining territory even with FPTP.
 

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But at the same time thou the "Remain partys" will have more % put together than brexit party so every side can say they won haha.
I expect Brexit party to win. But in no way does that show either way whether people are favouring Brexit or not at the moment.

Most people whether they voted leave or remain are pissed off at the moment. Turnout for these elections will be really low. A lot of people voting against big 2 to show they are pissed of at way things are. Main people bothering to vote are the ones that want to show they voted leave.

To be honest the actual referendum was similar. All the ones that wanted Brexit voted. A lot of people that wanted to remain never voted as they thought vote was foregone conclusion. Their mistake.
 

mack341

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The thing is, what happens next will define what happens in the next general election. A poll last night put the Brexit Party second in terms of vote share at a GE if called now. That's seat gaining territory even with FPTP.
It's put up or shut up time for the tories, the grass root members need to seize back their party, since cameron was installed and then May they've just continued on as a new labour style outfit, blairism and the third way etc.. No one had even heard of david cameron prior to being made leader, I think he was a back bencher, but obviously the party apparatchiks had lined him up.

If the tories don't do something drastic the turn out of their voters will plummet and labour/lib dems will prosper, not sure nige's new party will do well enough in a general election, it could happen, the referendum spirit might return and see a large turnout. The more the media try and push a remain narrative and go along with the betrayal the more I can see the british public getting determined to resolve it once more.
 

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Interesting to see the Dutch exit poll showing pro Euro Labour party winning over the Eurosceptic Forum for Democracy, the winning candidate is expected to be the next European Commissioner. It had been expected that Forum for Democracy would win after topping the polls.

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At least you guys get to vote but in Hong Kong our Chief Executive is voted in by a 1200-strong committee with over 75% of them controlled by China.
You know how the EU works for nation states like the UK then! We get about 1/11 of the Euro Parliament seats with remaining 10/11 filled by foreigners so in reality have absolutely no self-determination. So the Sino-Hong Kong 'democracy' model is not unique to your region lol....
 

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I voted Brexit Party. (As a protest vote, obviously).
The way the Conservatives AND Labour have handled the whole issue is a shameful joke :mad:

As I've said before: If the 2016 referendum result had been "Remain" - how would everyone feel if 3 years later the government said "Sod that - we're leaving anyway"... :eek2:

Hopefully Boris will win the leadership contest: He might be mad as a hatter, but at least HE will deliver what the majority voted for. :thumbsup:

KK
 

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Added "can't vote" for the non EU UK folks :D

Yeah, IoM, Jersey, Alderney, Sark, Guernsey cannot vote as not technically in the EU. Gibraltarians can though. Nor can other British territories such as Bermuda, Falklands, Diego Garcia, St. Helena, Tristan da Cunha or Ascension Island and several other islands or territories.
 

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