I created a Poll on a survey website

(11 Posts)
Whisky2014 Thu 07-Apr-16 13:18:15

So far the results are:

59% Stay
17% Leave
24% Don't Know

SpringingIntoAction Thu 07-Apr-16 16:51:58

Thats good. I created one on Twitter.

The results were 100% out.

Whisky2014 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:20:43

Update on results:

41% Stay
33% Leave
26% Don't know yet.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:29:57

Link? If you are allowed to.

Whisky2014 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:51:24

I don't think I can link it as you have to log in to the website. Will try a screenshot.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:54:57

How many replies have you had?

Whisky2014 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:56:08

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Whisky2014 Fri 08-Apr-16 08:56:37

I blanked sections out as it has people's usernames and pictures.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Fri 08-Apr-16 09:00:52

I just tried to do it, but I dont want to join up so didn't.

Good luck with it, I hope you get lots more taking part.

Whisky2014 Fri 08-Apr-16 09:06:34

Yeh, I get that. I did ask Mumsnet to take the pic down as I have points on there and maybe the website might not like me sharing polls from their site so publicly and I don't want to lose my points.

I will update although these generally move down the page the older they get so might not get so many votes. The good bit about the site is that it breaks it up into gender/age - it is quite interesting.

Under 18's majority - Leave.
18-34 Majority - Stay
35-54 Majority - Stay
55+ Majority - Leave

Thecatisatwat Mon 18-Apr-16 13:10:22

I'm intrigued and heartened by the under 18's majority for leaving. Wonder what that's about? I really don't get why the majority of 18-34s want to remain. I read an article in the Times at the weekend by Janice Turner where she questions why young people would want to stay in and I agree with her. It is the young who will never be able to afford to buy a house because a rising population will push house prices even further out of reach. It is young graduates who will be competing for graduate jobs with millions of other EU graduates. I never understand the argument that EU migrants are doing the jobs that Brits don't want to do. That's true to begin with, but EU migrant friends have told me that they do those jobs until their English is good and then they apply for jobs appropriate to their degree. I don't blame them really.

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