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    TTH Exit Poll - 2019 General Election

    Who you going to vote for tomorrow?
    Last edited by John Arne; 11-12-2019 at 07:40 PM.

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    Vote Josh.

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    Urgh… I missed the Brexit party....

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Arne View Post
    Urgh… I missed the Brexit party....
    You made the poll private too.

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    One for Thornberry from my household, assuming she's still alive. What have they done with her and Kier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post
    You made the poll private too.
    Intentional. I figure people will be more honest if it's private.

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    Indeed, that is true.

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    Spoilt ballot.

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    Don’t forget to leave TTH cards in the booths.

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    Tactical Lib Dem vote tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco View Post
    Vote Josh.
    This is how people should spoil their ballots. Write in Josh and Greg, draw the box and make their choice.

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    I’m honestly undecided between labour and green. Will decide on a whim when I pick up the pencil.
    I'm a twit

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    I'd vote Labour if it was close, but I'll probably either spoil my ballot with a baa baa Brexit theme or vote for a wacky independent.

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    Lib Dem. They should turn over the incumbent Tory shithouse

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    https://www.queensbrexit.com

    My local independent.

    "Could the Queen and 77Joseph hold the answer to Brexit?"

    Fuck sake.

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    I will be #BackingBoris to #GetBrexitDone, even though the local candidate is pretty lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz View Post
    I’m honestly undecided between labour and green. Will decide on a whim when I pick up the pencil.
    Same, more labour as they at least have a chance of winning I guess, and you wanna back the winner.

    As always, the best part of voting is that my polling station is in my local pub, so I’ll get a post voting reward pint.
    Last edited by Mike; 11-12-2019 at 10:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offshore Toon View Post
    I'd vote Labour if it was close, but I'll probably either spoil my ballot with a baa baa Brexit theme or vote for a wacky independent.
    It could well be close. Vote Jez.

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    I am in the suddenly famous Esher & Walton which has had a tempestuous election campaign. It has never been anything other than Tory here for more than 100 years. Dominic Raab has a majority of 23,000 and is a vacuous tit, even more unpopular here than he is nationally. It is a Remain constituency and the Liberal Democrats are mounting a ferocious challenge, aided and abetted by the fact they are running a second 'shadow' candidate under another ticket, a former Liberal Democrat who quit the party not long ago. This candidate has been campaigning for the Lib Dems and distributing anti-Raab literature. Most people believe he is a puppet candidate arranged in order for the Lib Dems to access extra permitted spending in the constituency. They have also repeatedly bussed in the family of deceased motorcyclist Harry Dunn, who are not constituents but have been used by the Lib Dems to vocally attack Raab (who is said to have bungled the case as Foreign Secretary) on set piece occasions.

    I find this pretty ghoulish to say the least. The Liberal Democrats might seem warm and fluffy from the outside, but when you watch a determined campaign on the ground you realise they are actually a set of single-minded cheats who will do anything to win. Neither of the major two parties has the warlike mentality that they do on a local organisational level. The constituency is festooned with orange triangles and there is barely a Tory sign to be seen. However, that should not fool anyone - in this climate, in this area, there is the dinner party vote and there is the garden shed vote. The latter, less visible, should never be underestimated.

    Labour actually came second last time but have no chance here - Corbyn is toxic and despised - and the seat has become a cause celebre among Twitter's actor and comedy writer activists who believe that all Remain or anti-Tory votes in the seat should swing behind the Lib Dems. It is definitely very close between Raab and the Lib Dem, with Labour down to single figures and maybe even threatening lost deposit territory. As such there is a non-trivial chance that Raab could be unseated with a monstrous swing. He doesn't help himself - he has an atrocious record in government, comes across poorly in pretty much all public appearances and, to my knowledge from those who have had dealings with him, is a horrible prick. For a long while I thought about voting Lib Dem in order to give him a bloody nose.

    However, bigger issues are at play. I'm not against Labour getting in next time, as it does need a change every decade or so, but having Seumas Milne running the government is a repulsive thought that makes me retch. If a Liberal Democrat is elected here, the only result of that will be to prop up a Labour government under Corbyn, McDonnell and Milne. I cannot play a part in that happening, so with extreme reluctance my vote will be for Dominic Raab.

    Nationally, the old minefields will decide it. Will they stick with their Brexit convictions, or go back to their old tribal masters. The answer to that question will determine the outcome. Most other things are just noise.

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    I'm not sure what that family want really. The woman bailing is understandable, so what is the government meant to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dino View Post
    It could well be close. Vote Jez.
    It won't be anywhere near close in Tottenham.

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    Norwich South looks to be a lock for Clive Lewis, so I'll probably end up voting Green.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dino View Post
    It could well be close. Vote Jez.
    As appealing as “anyone but Boris” is, I don’t want my local council to be labour anymore.

    Yeah, gonna go with green. Means nothing in the grand scheme of things, but will hopefully shake things up a bit locally.
    I'm a twit

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    I genuinely don't have a clue. I don't want to vote for any party really, I don't trust any of them, but I feel like I should still exercise my right to vote on Greens or some independent party.

    To be honest, it won't matter who I vote for. Swansea East is a Labour lock. I could shit on my ballot paper for all it matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz View Post
    As appealing as “anyone but Boris” is, I don’t want my local council to be labour anymore.

    Yeah, gonna go with green. Means nothing in the grand scheme of things, but will hopefully shake things up a bit locally.
    Turns out this post was wrong. Blame this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Kikó View Post
    You don't vote for prime ministers. I *can* vote Corbyn as he's my constituency.


    Labour it is, then.
    I'm a twit

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    Green my sausage, they’ll do fuck all only make your pay packet smaller. Get Brexit done.

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    Wonder if Harold will again vote UKIP with a straight hand and firm buttocks like last time.

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    Well reassuringly that was busier than I anticipated at this time of morning but all done. I voted Labour and I think they are going to make massive strides today all around the country.

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    Héctor Bellerín for PM.

    I’ll be voting SNP as there’s literally no point in voting Labour in Scotland.

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    My sister lives in a Lib Dem/SNP marginal. I can only begin to imagine the joy involved in that decision for a southern English person.

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    I live in Angus but come under Dundee East for whatever reason which will be an SNP whitewash. Angus however is currently Tory but I don’t think the farmers will be getting their way and Kirstene Hair will be punted. She’s tragic.

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    You'd think Boris would vote in his own constituency. Is that not the normal practice?

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    I voted Labour. I get why people don't like him but I don't get how this conservative party could be a preferable option. Shake it up.

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    I can forgive a man for not wanting to either live in, or ever visit, Uxbridge.

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    The Tories are on the drift big time on Betfair. Still well odds on for a majority but the big boys clearly harbour a fair bit of doubt. Gwarn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dino View Post
    I voted Labour. I get why people don't like him but I don't get how this conservative party could be a preferable option. Shake it up.
    And if it doesn't work, we'll be back at the polls next year.

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    Exeter won't return anyone other than Ben Bradshaw so it almost doesn't matter how I vote. I don't dislike him though so it's easy enough to ignore the national picture.

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    I've got a small amount on Labour minority.

    Hitchin has been Tory since the 70s but Bim pissed a lot of people off by constantly siding with Brexit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dino View Post
    The Tories are on the drift big time on Betfair. Still well odds on for a majority but the big boys clearly harbour a fair bit of doubt. Gwarn.
    Big boys probably greening themselves to Barbados.

    If it gets much lower I might have a little tinkle, they only need a 2 majority for that to be a winner and there are several pit seats up north which are almost guaranteed Con gains.

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    Voted. Changed my mind and through Labour a sympathy vote. I feel dirty.

    Should have done them interviews Borris.

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    David Baddiel sent a tweet yesterday basically saying that if you vote for Labour, you hate jews. A lot of jew-haters on this forum - shame on you, Nazi's.
    Last edited by John Arne; 12-12-2019 at 01:35 PM.

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    If David Baddiel wasn't Jewish he'd have nowt else to talk about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Arne View Post
    David Baddiel sent a tweet yesterday basically saying that if you vote for Labour, you hate jews. A lot of jew-haters on this forum - shame on you, Nazi's.
    As opposed to hating everyone that's brown?

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    David Baddiel, the Chelsea Fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey M View Post
    David Baddiel, the Chelsea Fan.
    You've been rumbled you anti-Semitic bastard.

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    I have voted, and in what must be one of the plusher polling stations out there. The people there said there had been a 'better than normal' turnout, but at work a few people reckoned it could just be people doing it early to avoid having to queue in the dark rather than anything unusual, so let's see.

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    I did it at 7.15 as it was forecast to piss with rain later. No doubt we will have the usual London thing of students wailing about the queues being long when they turn up at 9.50pm.

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    I'm guessing the reported early morning queues will have a lot to do with people not wanting to have to go out later in the dark (and potentially pissing rain).

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    I voted around 11am and had a queue to contend with. Not a massive one but I couldn't wait to get out of there. Someone shat themselves, I'm convinced of it.

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    Wentworth and Dearne has been over 50% labour since forever. Very big on Brexit though so Brexit party has a chance as does the Yorkshire party (think yorkshires SNP) who I'm tempted by. No ones voting for boris.

    Lib dems will get the hardcore remainers and the greens didn't even bother.

    I'm voting labour for the first time

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