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Old 07-05-2007, 07:13 PM   #2
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I think it suggests a manifesto alone isn't enough to judge which party to vote for, if that were the case, finding a political niche would be much easier for people. You really need to go into much more detail about each party before you choose who to vote for.

It also suggests that the 14 people in your class aren't a decent enough sample of the UK population to come to the conclusion that the Green party would win if everyone just read the manifesto, actually, the very fact that some people voted for Conservative and Labour goes against that, even if they were the minority in your class because it means people out there actually have reasons for not voting for the Green Party and voting for others and considering you're still young and idealistic, of course most of you would choose that, it makes sense now, but it may not in a few years time.

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