Poll: how will you vote in a general election?

Croppolling booth

In the increasingly febrile atmosphere around Brexit, MPs have finally agreed to hold a general election in an attempt to cut through the chaos and (possibly) restore some stability.

The poll will be held on Thursday, 12 December – the first Christmas-period poll since 1923.

Outcomes are uncertain - as recent contests have confounded pollsters' predictions.

Now we’re asking: how will you vote?

Make your choice here and contribute to the debate by leaving a comment below.

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25th October 2019 by Graham Martin 5 Comments

How will you vote in a general election?

Poll results (total votes: 360)

How will you vote in a general election?
Answer:
Labour Party
Votes:
44
Ratio:
12.22%
Answer:
Conservative Party
Votes:
41
Ratio:
11.39%
Answer:
Scottish National Party
Votes:
164
Ratio:
45.56%
Answer:
Liberal Democrat
Votes:
67
Ratio:
18.61%
Answer:
Scottish Socialist Party
Votes:
2
Ratio:
0.56%
Answer:
Scottish Green Party
Votes:
19
Ratio:
5.28%
Answer:
Brexit Party
Votes:
18
Ratio:
5%
Answer:
Other party
Votes:
1
Ratio:
0.28%
Answer:
Won't vote
Votes:
4
Ratio:
1.11%

26th October 2019 by Alex

S.N.P. are the only choice: Destiny Land / North of the Border (Scot Land) is Stronger, Smarter & Wealthy enough to be Positive (Yes) instead of E.U.Exit (BRExit) as supported by 1%+

29th October 2019 by ROBERT MCINTOSH

Sad to see so many people voting Libdem; please look at Jo Swinson's habitual lies and her constant voting to prop up Tory austerity along with the Libdems now backing the sale of the NHS by their recent Common's behaviour

30th October 2019 by May Gilchrist

I fear for the younger and older generation if we continue with this right wing government whose track record of deceit is astonishing. The NHS is not safe in their hands

30th October 2019 by JDK

Labour Party offer genuine hope on a UK level - gotta stop the Right wing Tory destruction of NHS and welfare system. The Labour only party to have a second referendum (people's vote on final deal with option to remain) in their manifesto. The Lib Dem's despite being responsible for Austerity cuts will not have a people's vote and take away this crucial stage and ignore previous result. This gives people final say on Brexit which will more likely, more democratically, put the issue to bed either way.

1st November 2019 by Lok Yue

I agree with Mary Gilchrist. The SNP Government is indeed deceitful and its handling of NHS Scotland a disgrace. I wouldn't classify it as right wing though