Mumsnetters please vote in our quickfire fourth election poll (and you could win vouchers!)

(22 Posts)
JustineMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 22-Apr-10 21:37:50

Whether you watched the 2nd debate or not, please do vote in our 4th MN general election poll which is now live.

(ta very much)

RustyBear Thu 22-Apr-10 21:41:49

Have done it - though I missed the pensions bit, so I couldn't give an opinion on that.

Glad to see you've now split the over-50's category smile

ByThePowerOfGreyskull Thu 22-Apr-10 21:48:11


ouryve Thu 22-Apr-10 21:55:11


CharCharGabor Thu 22-Apr-10 21:56:16

done smile

IwishIwasmoreorganised Thu 22-Apr-10 22:01:53


Don't have sky so I've no idea how they all "performed" tonight.

Have answered. Debate was on BBC News 24 (although not much use if you don't have freeview)

DuelingFanjo Thu 22-Apr-10 22:16:42

I don't like the 'I am now more likely to be voting for him' question.

firstly, I can't vote for any of them as none of them are an MP in my constituancy.

apart from that carry on. grin

BertieBotts Thu 22-Apr-10 22:22:08

I don't have freeview either - someone said earlier it would be repeated on BBC <number missing> - does anyone know which channel? Is it on terrestrial at all at any point?

11.30pm BBC2 - after newsnight

BertieBotts Thu 22-Apr-10 22:40:38

Thanks jackstarbright - unfortunately I think I might be in bed! grin

I do idly wonder whether MN is planning to analyse the differing voting intentions of people who prefer Boden vs. people who prefer Amazon.

hatwoman Fri 23-Apr-10 09:01:17

blimey that last question (boden or amazon) was perhaps the hardest survey question I've ever had to answer. it will be plaguing me all day.

JGBMum Fri 23-Apr-10 11:06:21

Done smile

Bicnod Fri 23-Apr-10 11:21:43

Done. And I'm in the Amazon camp grin

jennylindinha Fri 23-Apr-10 11:59:58

done! And agree - the voucher question was the hardest...

aSilverLining Fri 23-Apr-10 16:28:45


I was more torn between the vouchers choices too. grin

IMoveTheStars Fri 23-Apr-10 18:01:45

Is it really closed already?

LynetteScavo Fri 23-Apr-10 18:09:03


ApuskiDusky Fri 23-Apr-10 20:00:10

Results are out!

ouryve Fri 23-Apr-10 20:28:07

If that was the real result, almost the entire country would have a LibDem MP, according to this!

GrendelsMum Fri 23-Apr-10 20:30:02

Yes, I do agree that I'm actually voting for a constituency MP, not for a prime minister.

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