Who should you vote for?

By Nic Price on 22 April 2005 — 1 min read

Who Should You Vote For?

Your expected outcome:
Liberal Democrat

Your actual outcome:

Lab -22
Con -53
Lib Dem 88
Green 52

You should vote: Liberal Democrat

The LibDems take a strong stand against tax cuts and a strong one in favour of public services: they would make long-term residential care for the elderly free across the UK, and scrap university tuition fees. They are in favour of a ban on smoking in public places, but would relax laws on cannabis. They propose to change vehicle taxation to be based on usage rather than ownership.

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  • I got Lib Dem 54, Green 40 and UKIP 6, the others negative. I have always voted Green in the past (and we’ve always lost), but known that I’m a Lib Dem at heart. Bit worried about my secret partiality for UKIP, but hey, they’re great fun.
    I think that people who don’t vote should be given more respect though. In fact non-voters should be factored into constituency results so that it would be possible to return Nobody if non-votes beat the votes for an otherwise winning candidate. This would reduce taxes because there would be (mercifully) fewer MPs.
    There would also be fewer lies, less hot air, a reduction in sleaze and, most importantly, a downturn in political complacency.

  • I scored 90 on Lib.Dem and 88 on Greens so really the questionnaire hasn’t really helped a lot with the dilemma I have. Having been a Labour voter all my voting life it was interesting to see that I only scored 9. I could have predicted -31 for Tories – in fact surprised it wasn’t more!
    Interesting exercise – feel some of the questions could be further refined as I found myself pressing neutral when I genuinely didn’t really know what I thought. And I’m not sure neutral is the same as don’t know.

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