Monday, 19 April 2010

Not really a political blog but doing the survey made me think...

It's easy to feel powerless in today's society. But if a General Election doesn't give you a feeling a power then you need to review your history. If voting doesn't inspire you, imagine not having a vote.

But if you've got one you've then got to decide what to do with it. Not so easy. You probably have a political leaning one way or another, and are likely to be one of the ~80% of people who vote the same way in every election. But if you're not then you matter. You may be a classic floating voter, ready to give your slice of power to whoever you feel is listening to you. Or you may be a tactical voter, as I find myself, looking to maximise the likelihood of your preferred outcome (an irritating twist of our 'first past the post' system). Either way, it's not a bad thing to question what really matters to you and compare that to who you 'will' vote for. I did...

Take the Who Should You Vote For? UK General Election quiz

Green39
Liberal Democrat35
Labour20
Conservative-4
UK Independence-13

You expected: LIB

Your recommendation: Green

Click here for more details about these results



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