Saturday, 17 April 2010

Newest polls show decrease in Tory and Labour support

This election is wide open now. Voters are more 'partisan-dealigned' than EVER before.
It's a huge opportunity for ALL Parties that aren't the 'main two'. Clegg's stylish (if fairly substanceless) performance on Thursday night has made people reassess whether they have to vote Labservative. The LibDems will profit in many seats - and the SNP, Plaid, Greens, Respect, independents etc will profit in others.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you could be right. The FPTP system my be the first victim. When I used to talk about Fair Votes people's eyes glazed over. Now everyone understands after a poll put the Lib Dems in first place but showed they would come third in number of MPs

17 April 2010 at 21:07  

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This election is wide open now. Voters are more 'partisan-dealigned' than EVER before.
It's a huge opportunity for ALL Parties that aren't the 'main two'. Clegg's stylish (if fairly substanceless) performance on Thursday night has made people reassess whether they have to vote Labservative. The LibDems will profit in many seats - and the SNP, Plaid, Greens, Respect, independents etc will profit in others.
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