Iain Dale has published the results of a survey to find out who people would give a second vote to at the next election if the voting system was changed.
Bear in mind that his readership is predominantly Conswervative supporting but the results are encouraging, especially if you’re a UKIP supporter!
In total, 63.6% of people said they would vote Conswervative if there were an election tomorrow. Liebour only managed 9.7% which puts them in third place.
A massive 41.4% of Conswervative voters said they would give their second vote to UKIP. Interestingly, 8.1% said they would give their second vote to the English Democrats and only 2.8% said Liebour. And considering it was Call Me Dave that started the green obsession in Westminster, only 6.8% would give their second vote to the Green Party.
36.6% of Liebour voters said they would give the Illiberal Dumbocrats their second vote and 22.8% would give it to the Greens.
Now very interestingly, the Illiberal Dumbocrats aren’t as keen on Liebour as Liebour are on them – only 14.2% would give their second vote to Liebour but 39.4% would give it to the Conswervatives. Not a single Illiberal Dumbocrat would give their vote to the EDP and only 0.8% to UKIP but as a eurofederalist, English hating bunch of traitors, that’s hardly surprising.
50% of UKIP voters said they would give the Conswervatives their second vote, Liebour was inadvertently left out of the list and 16.6% said they would give their second vote to the BNP. 13.6% said they would give their second vote to the English Democrats which shows that Mr Farage should listen when I tell him that UKIP needs to support an English Parliament.
Iain seems to think the most noteworthy result in the survey is that 16.6% of UKIPers would give their second vote to the BNP but then he’s not averse to publishing non-stories about UKIP and who can blame him? I’d be worried if I was a Conswervative and that many Conswervative voters were giving support to UKIP and with Camoron‘s inaction over the EU Constitution and his eurofederalist tendencies, it isn’t going to get any better for them. Of course, there’s no telling what the results would have looked like if Liebour was included in the UKIP poll – it might have taken some of the left wing votes from the BNP or they might have got nothing. I’d be interested to see the results of a revised poll with Liebour in it.
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