They're not voting because...
- safe seat
repeatwritten 4th May 2005
Caesar replies: ...and nothing will changewritten 4th May 2005
safe seat replies: Yes of course, but I think u are missing the point I am trying to make - the change needs to come from the other parties TO MAKE people go and switch voteswritten 4th May 2005
Caesar replies: Its true, in safe seats politicans do less campaigning. Overall though, that doesn't quantify not voting IMHO (In my honest opinion).written 4th May 2005
Jax replies: And why do you think it's a safe seat?
Because all the people like yourself don't bother voting because they think it's a safe seat.
Previous election results almost dictate future election results in this way.
Register your voting intentions for future voters to consider.written 5th May 2005
safe seat replies: I did vote, of course.
As did my partner, it was a tactical vote to try and swing it, and with this turnout there is a chance cross fingers.
I was making a point.written 5th May 2005