With the general election looming down on us and the party leaders ducking and diving to avoid the difficult questions leaving no clear front runner, the outcome is anyone’s guess.
This is relative to 24% planning on voting Conservative and 19% for the Liberal Democrats.
The breakdown of the remaining parties was:
|The Independent Group for Change||1%|
|Scottish National Party||4%|
|UK Indépendant Party||1%|
When ask what policies were most important when considering who to vote for, it’s no surprise that Brexit came out on top with 30% of the vote. But it was closely followed by almost 28% feeling that the NHS and care is the most significant policy when voting.
It’s apparent why these seem to be the only 2 policies the 3 main parties talk about.
The economy (13%), work & benefits (9%) and education (7%) followed behind as significant policies to consider.
Let us know your thoughts, though? But regardless of which way you’re planning to vote; just make sure you vote!