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EU Elections 2019 - poll results

Beachcomber

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This was the night your model said it would all come tumbling down.
It didn't, the EC is stronger tonight
The far right got roughly what they expected in France and Italy and almost everywhere else they significantly under performed.

You have spent the night polishing a turd jmcc, gaming gobshite far righters that they actually have had a good night when they simply haven't.

The EU is stronger tonight and will breath a huge sigh of relief.
This was the night they were going to get savaged.
If ever the far right was going to make a massive surge back to 2016 level, this was it, they flopped, no amount of your lipstick is going to dress up the fascist pig flop tonight.

You were wrong jmcc

The EC doesn't exist any longer.
 


jmcc

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It is for me, and I will sleep soundly knowing the EC has now got far right extremism on the run and Ireland has rejected it almost entirely.
You are too stupid to realise that the "Far Right" is merely a vote sweeper for the more respectable Right as is the far Left for the respectable Left. It was funny seeing ignorant fools like you cheering the rise of the Right. But then that's OK because they weren't the "Far Right".

"Pravda/RTE"
Again, you are too thick to understand how RTE was infiltrated by the Stickies and their super secret Ned Stapleton cumman. The same Stickies that infiltrated the (your?) Labour party and ran it into the ground.

Did you call them Pravda when you were looking for a job j, or only after they laughed you off?
Why would I look for a job from RTE?
 

jmcc

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The EC doesn't exist any longer.
You do realise that Jack's head is so swollen with his own sense of importance that renting out the space between his ears could immediately solve the housing crisis? :) Perhaps it was a Freudian slip as the Electoral College cost HRC the presidential election in the US and Jack lost bets on this after assuring everyone here that HRC was definitely going to win.
 

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Great to see Viktor Orbans party in Hungary getting 13 of the country's 22 seats. His stance on immigration and blocking the flood of Islamic migrants has been very popular with his people. A true patriot unlike some of the traitors in other European countries who have been too afraid to stand up the the Merkel madness. Also wonderful to see that a crushing defeat for Macron in France by the patriotic Marine Le Pen means his hopes of succeeding Merkel as leader of the EU have been flushed down the loo.
On the Irish scene in Dublin it looks like the Irish labour party has lost all credibility as with well over 100,000 first preference votes for leftist candidates in Dublin it has not been able to secure a seat. How the mighty have fallen. The Green's have done well pulling votes from all and sundry and FF and FG remaining within a couple of per cent of each other at around 25% of the vote. The SF vote has collapsed and Lynn Boylan the poll topper of 2014 looks like losing her seat. Looking like one FF,one FG one Green and one Independent Socialist. Counting will resume in a few hours but it could take a couple of days for the full results around all the country to be known.
 
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Dame_Enda

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The far right Danish people's party vote has halved.



Technically the Venestre party (Liberals) in Denmark are part of ALDE, but they are allied to the DPP in the Danish parliament and have adopted some of their immigration policies.

Again, the slowness of the Irish count is in marked contrast with the rest of Europe. We should use optical scanners to count the paper ballots.
 

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Dame_Enda

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They could give us raw facts.

Brexit party and UKIP got less votes that the Pro EU parties.

How about that?
Are you including Labour as a pro EU party? Corbyn is seen as a closer Brexiteer. Also are you including the Tories as a Remainer party, even though the majority of their Commons party is clearly pro Brexit.

From what I can see you can only get to a Remainer lead on those figures by counting Labour as a pro Remain party.
 

PBP voter

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Are you including Labour as a pro EU party? Corbyn is seen as a closer Brexiteer. Also are you including the Tories as a Remainer party, even though the majority of their Commons party is clearly pro Brexit.

From what I can see you can only get to a Remainer lead on those figures by counting Labour as a pro Remain party.


Leave parties 36.8 Remain parties 37.
Tories 8.8 labour 14.6
 

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jimbohane

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Interesting that Ms Boylan who describes herself on twitter as a feminist and proud leftie working class girl has to play second fiddle to Clare Daly who comes from a middle class background, has defended a tax dodger politician and is essentially a champagne socialist.
 

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Interesting that Ms Boylan who describes herself on twitter as a feminist and proud leftie working class girl has to play second fiddle to Clare Daly who comes from a middle class background, has defended a tax dodger politician and is essentially a champagne socialist.
I wonder where Boylan will run for the Dail?

I can see some other Shinner being deselected.
 

Catahualpa

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I wonder where Boylan will run for the Dail?

I can see some other Shinner being deselected.
I'd say she will quit politics alltogether

- probably get a Top Job with an NGO somewhere

- and spout more s.hite at our expense.
 

Dame_Enda

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The elite are trying to foist Angela Merkel on us as next Commission president. No way.
 

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constitutionus

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The torys getting a kicking is the only story half the media are interested in but lab is rightly ****ed too.

No rep in Wales or Scotland for the party of the worker on the EU front ?

That's a bad look
 

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What Anne Widdecombe said when asked about a second referendum was interesting - "we've had it tonight" - well, quite, but if you did have it, the result is not entirely clear. My back of the envelope calculations suggest that Remain might have won.
 

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