60 Second EU Survey

How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?


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  • answered 2016-05-30 14:58:10 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-30 14:57:49 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: I am the first generation in 500 years that has not had to fight in a European war, thanks to the EU.
  • answered 2016-05-30 14:55:49 +0100
    Q: How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
    A: Definitely Remain
  • answered 2016-05-24 00:00:04 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: UKIP
  • answered 2016-05-23 23:59:55 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Nothing
  • answered 2016-05-10 13:27:09 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-10 13:26:48 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: No arguments have been particularly convincing
  • answered 2016-05-06 09:17:36 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-06 01:43:29 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Other
  • answered 2016-05-06 01:42:56 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: we want the echr
  • answered 2016-05-05 16:45:56 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-05 16:01:53 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: UKIP
  • answered 2016-05-05 16:01:03 +0100
    Q: How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
    A: Definitely Leave
  • answered 2016-05-05 13:02:17 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Other
  • answered 2016-05-05 13:02:01 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: I have not heard a convinving case from Remain so will support the Leave arguement
  • answered 2016-05-05 12:58:26 +0100
    Q: How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
    A: Definitely Leave
  • answered 2016-05-05 10:25:20 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Other
  • answered 2016-05-05 10:24:31 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Most of it has been a mix of lies , statistical lies and scaremongering. I believe that this a tremendous time to dismantle the whole of the EU and for it to start again…if that is what is wanted. New rules ..to accommodate a different world. I firmly believe that if you are in the EU you cannot then opt out of the rules you have agreed to? I think the Euro should be abandoned, each country to retain its own identity and currency., and to retain control over their borders …but agree to ways of working together to enhance all …. My answer is based on a lot of listening , watching and discriminating.
  • answered 2016-05-04 20:03:56 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: UKIP
  • answered 2016-05-04 20:03:38 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Not one in 32 years have we received more from the EU than we paid in.
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  • answered 2016-05-04 19:03:49 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Labour
  • answered 2016-05-04 19:03:30 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Better use of money spent here not Brussels
  • answered 2016-05-04 19:02:46 +0100
    Q: How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
    A: Definitely Leave
  • answered 2016-05-04 18:10:36 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-04 18:10:29 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Politicians from the major parties have engaged in a childish and destructive presentation of their long held prejudices and I listen to none of them.

    As Putin commented when asked for his view of Britain his response was “It’s a small island off Europe that no one bothers about” . If Britain is to have any influence then it must remain in the EU where arguements for various policies such as climate change can be amplified with a more coherent voice.

    The second reason is the calibre of our politicians and I pose the question "When we consider Europe do we want to be governed by politicians who are of low intelligence, fraudsters, thieves liars and cowards or do we want to be governed by a central European Union. I know where my vote goes.

    We are often told that we are the sixth richest country in the World so how is it that we have food banks, closed libraries, poor education and reductions in public services. I shudder to think of the state of the twentieth richest country.

    Just a few random thoughts.

    With kind regards,

    Colin Small
  • answered 2016-05-04 18:00:38 +0100
    Q: How will you be voting in the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
    A: Definitely Remain
  • answered 2016-05-04 17:48:16 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat
  • answered 2016-05-04 17:48:02 +0100
    Q: What is the most convincing argument you have heard so far?
    A: Safer and more prosperous in Europe
  • answered 2016-05-04 17:11:31 +0100
    Q: Which party would you be most likely to vote for in an election?
    A: Liberal Democrat

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