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February 3rd, 2006 (12:04 am)
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current music: Jethro Tull: Heavy Horses


You scored

7% Labour
35% Conservative
57% Lib Dem



Now you know who you should be voting for. Go forth and vote!




For more information see the following

Labour Website

Conservatives Website

Liberal Democrats Website





Party policies information taken from the BBC.co.uk website. Viewable here














My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 0% on Labour
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You scored higher than 63% on Conservative
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You scored higher than 73% on Lib Dem




Link: The UK Political Party Predictor Test written by honeyjew on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Comments

Posted by: pyotr_stolypin (pyotr_stolypin)
Posted at: February 3rd, 2006 08:59 am (UTC)

35% Labour
50% Conservative
14% Lib Dem

I thought the quiz's use of the pic from Team America to illustrate the Iraq question was really terribly clever. Well done them. I wish I had their brains.

Suspect my results are slanted somewhat by my 1. opposing the ban on foxhunting and 2. supporting the idea that schools and hospitals should be self-governing and 3. looking out for the Lib Dem options so that I could avoid choosing them (which it seems I can't have done altogether).

The trouble is that compared with 1980-3, and 1991-3, this is a golden age, and we are enjoying times of peace, stability and high employment. (Cue other comments about how everything's nice for everyone else, but actually in (insert name of livelihood) things are (insert complaints)...)I am trying hard to remember a time when a country had fewer hard choices to make than we do now. But memories are short: I've had quite a number of online discussions with Tories who sincerely believe that Blair is tearing the country apart, national crisis etc., who remember '79-97 purely for the last couple of good years and have totally repressed the two enormous recessions. They might never have happened.