Who will you vote for at the next General Election?

Who would you vote for in the next election?

  • Fianna Fáil

    Votes: 13 4.3%
  • Fine Gael

    Votes: 88 28.9%
  • Green Party

    Votes: 5 1.6%
  • Labour

    Votes: 66 21.6%
  • Sinn Féin

    Votes: 83 27.2%
  • Socialist Party

    Votes: 14 4.6%
  • Other

    Votes: 9 3.0%
  • Local independent candidate

    Votes: 10 3.3%
  • Won't vote.

    Votes: 11 3.6%
  • Can't vote due to emigration/imprisonment

    Votes: 6 2.0%

  • Total voters
    305

sondagefaux

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Whether it's in December or January, who will you be voting for at the next General Election?

Request to Mods: could you please add a poll?
 


rockofcashel

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Dunno, might run myself

Anyone willing to give me a hand putting up a couple of hundred posters ?
 

enby

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And put in who will you give your bottom preference to
 

ifreannach

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why on earth would any one vote in the current system? have we not learned anything? anyone who votes should be asheamed of themselves, gombeen parish pump loving criminals
 

RyeSixSeven

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Think i might spoil my vote, can spend the next few weeks amusing myself deciding on the personal message.
 

FutureTaoiseach

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If the Immigration Control Platform run a candidate in Wexford I will vote for them. Otherwise I haven't made up my mind. I won't vote Labour because of their open-borders agenda and links to Left-Liberal pressure-groups. I'm thinking about voting for SF (because they oppose a European Superstate), Fine Gael (because Creighton and Varadkar have respectively opposed Turkish EU membership (Creighton) and supported voluntary-repatriation of Accession state nationals (Varadkar). While the Blueshirt leadership rejected these proposals, they provide a hopeful sign for the future once the old-fogies pass on the chalice to the next generation of leaders. I am also considering voting Independent (especially if Padge Reck runs due to his stated opposition to abuse of the asylum-system some years ago in the council) because none of the parties reflect my Small-Govt, low-tax, pro-competition, and immigration-control agendas. I would vote Libertas were they running candidates but as it stands, I will have to hold my nose and vote for candidates none of which particularly suit me. One thing is certain: I will continue my transfers to try and reduce the Labour influence in the next govt.
 
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CptSternn

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It surprises me how many people still support FF here. They run the country into the ground, quite literally, forcing the EU/IMF to come in and run our country for us, yet people still support them.

Ye are either mad, or are part of that golden circle.
 

Superlepreachaun

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I'll decide when I see each parties plans for dealing with the defecit and recovery (everyone seems to be forgetting the second part....)...until then I don't see how anyone can say. I don't think people should let their past preconceptions about parties govern their decisions, I see people making stupid pronouncements already based on the fact that they don't like xyz figure in xyz party.
Stick to their policies, judging them on personality got you into trouble with Bertie.
 

needle_too

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It surprises me how many people still support FF here. They run the country into the ground, quite literally, forcing the EU/IMF to come in and run our country for us, yet people still support them.

Ye are either mad, or are part of that golden circle.
You forgot 'retarded'.
 

ned green

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I'll be voting for the only real alternative to the right wing consensus my local United Left Alliance candidate.
 

ocoonassa

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why on earth would any one vote in the current system? have we not learned anything?
Apparently not, it's fairly embarrassing to belong to a nation of retards isn't it? I'm thinking to fake a Welsh accent so I don't get mistaken for one of them.
 

Skrynesaver

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May 25, 2009
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Sinn Fein and second preference for Labour then a reluctant preference for FG on the grounds that they haven't got their cronyism geared up yet
 


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