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What party will get your first preference in the General Election?
Poll ended at Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:39 am
The Anti Austerity Alliance 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Fianna Fail 3%  3%  [ 3 ]
Fine Gael 44%  44%  [ 44 ]
The Green Party 4%  4%  [ 4 ]
Renua 9%  9%  [ 9 ]
Sinn Fein 8%  8%  [ 8 ]
The Social Democrats 6%  6%  [ 6 ]
The Labour Party 8%  8%  [ 8 ]
Others 7%  7%  [ 7 ]
Can't vote 10%  10%  [ 10 ]
Won't vote 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 101
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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
PostPosted: Sun Jan 31, 2016 2:13 pm 
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@Homemaker, You have a shockingly poor list to choose from. As much as I don't like or trust Lucinda Creighton, the Dáil is a better place with her in it.


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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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We can't all win the election lottery like you Coles2, that young Timmins is a real go-getter

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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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We can't all win the election lottery like you Coles2, that young Timmins is a real go-getter
jaysus. At least he makes more of an effort in the Dáil than old Godfrey, but there's still a real opportunity for someone to unseat Timmins. I just have to rub a bit of muck around my ears, buy a sheep trailer, and I reckon I could be the new shepherd around here. I'd have to ruin my Sundays by hanging around outside the churches instead of posting my wisdom online which would be an unbearable loss for everyone here.


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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Will be voting Green, but I'd be shocked if they got anywhere near government (or even a seat in most constituencies - if they get 2 that'll be an okay day at the office).


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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Will be voting Green, but I'd be shocked if they got anywhere near government (or even a seat in most constituencies - if they get 2 that'll be an okay day at the office).

Do you think Eamonn Ryan will get elected?


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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Would consider any party/ candidate but not Sinn Fein. Failure to condemn murder/criminality in the past the main reason.


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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Would consider any party/ candidate but not Sinn Fein. Failure to condemn murder/criminality in the past the main reason.


But they are heroes? :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Which (if any) parties are likely to benefit from the 1916 centenary? I can see all sorts of arguments for and against various parties being helped or hurt but would be interested in other opinions.

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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Which (if any) parties are likely to benefit from the 1916 centenary? I can see all sorts of arguments for and against various parties being helped or hurt but would be interested in other opinions.

Regardless of the centenary the majority will stick with the status quo as long as they feel things are improving.

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 Post subject: Re: General Election 2016. How will you vote?
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Mantissa wrote:
Which (if any) parties are likely to benefit from the 1916 centenary? I can see all sorts of arguments for and against various parties being helped or hurt but would be interested in other opinions.

Regardless of the centenary the majority will stick with the status quo as long as they feel things are improving.

There is no way the 'status quo' will secure the votes of more than one third of the electorate.


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