Brilliant summary – thanks for sharing it Amy!
Over the last few weeks and months there have been conversations flying around left, right and centre (some notably further afield than others) about people’s voting intentions, political standpoints and thoughts about the current general election campaigns. Whether discussing parties, candidates or policies, the same sentiment comes up time and time again from the electorate: “I like Party X’s policies, but they don’t stand a chance of winning a majority”. “I like what Candidate X stands for but another party have a safe seat here so I don’t think it’s worth voting for them”. “I like the plans Party X have but it all sounds too good to be true.”
Time and time again people are openly discussing that the way they vote on Thursday will not actually reflect their viewpoint.
This, in turn, inevitably leads to the same people, the same parties and the same old, stale way of…
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