seen a few bits of corbyn sounding like he actually means it and is fired up and a few positive bits of commentary dashed about.
Have we done this yet? http://uk.isidewith.com/
I got 78% Labour71% Lid Dem70% Green64% SNP53% Plaid Cymru45% Sinn Fein33% Conservative33% Ukip22% BNP(these last ones confused me but apparently the BNP are pro-choice think there should be less NHs privatisation, against gov monitoring etc so that explains that)
Or as out of 100%:
92% Labour91% SNP87% Lib Dem84% Green83% Plaid Cymru82% Sinn Fein40% DUP35% Conservative31% Ukip27% BNP
Just call me Mr Progressive Alliance
anyone here unable to vote (migrant, other circumstances)?
I'll give you my vote unless its for any of the fascist parties. Very safe Labour constituency FYI. PM me.
More than 15 years living overseas = no vote
Fuck. Looks like I need to move to Wales to vote.
Why old people are the worst (and young people don't help matters)
Are we still trusting the source with YouGov?
Yeah always the chastener for anyone who gets hopeful after a good day for Labour in an election campaign - the UK demographics are hardwired against them. And that's before you factor in their views on the IRA and nuclear weapons which are likely to be quuuite different from the Labour leader's. It doesn't look good.
No idea, I'm sure I saw a recent poll which suggested that young people drink the Tory Kool-Aid almost as much as the elderly do at the moment, but I could be wrong.
I don't think any Labour supporters bar the most die-hard Corbyn supporters will be anything close to hopeful during this campaign.
Yeah although I'm more optimistic about Labour's showing to be honest. Think the Tory majority will be smaller than May is reckoning. She's hoping for about 150 or so. I can't see it being that high. If Corbyn has a good campaign Labour could shore up a fair bit of their vote. 220 seats perhaps that kinda thing. Can't see a total wipeout.
Has Corbs got on with getting Stormzy to help shore up the 18-24 vote yet?
If there's one thing we've learned in the last couple of years it is that the inconceivably awful can happen, even if it seems like it's impossible.
Reckon Corbyn will probably get a bit of a boost from getting a bit more 'from the horse's mouth' stuff seen. Like if you'd just read about him in the sun/mail you'd be surprised to find out he can string a few sentences together. Reckon the TV debates would really suit him and he'd outperform May comfortably if she agrees to them. Obviously will be reported as her being steady and him being hapless anyway, and wouldn't be anywhere near enough to stop a big tory majority but the gap will probably close somewhat