View Poll Results: Does religion affect your vote?

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  • It is my main focus.

    1 1.49%
  • It is not the main focus but important.

    6 8.96%
  • It has some influence.

    7 10.45%
  • I mildly consider it.

    4 5.97%
  • I don't really care.

    19 28.36%
  • I think they spend to much time on this topic.

    10 14.93%
  • It is a distraction to me.

    4 5.97%
  • I wish the candidates were atheists.

    16 23.88%
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    Cloning humans? Hell no.

    Lmao, Guardian reader here. Surprise surprise.
    You'd be surprised when you come London, we are generally quite liberal.
    I know no one who is socially conservative and is not old.
    I wouldn't be so sure about the rest of the country or even London. I added this above but you probably missed it.

    Look at the polls in Scotland on section 28 for instance.

    BBC News | SCOTLAND | Poll 'backs' Section 28

    And look at the support for the BNP in some places in London. The BNP are many things but socially liberal they are not.
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    I wouldn't be so sure about the rest of the country or even London. I added this above but you probably missed it.

    Look at the polls in Scotland on section 28 for instance.

    BBC News | SCOTLAND | Poll 'backs' Section 28

    And look at the support for the BNP in some places in London. The BNP are many things but socially liberal they are not.
    That is what happens when devolution happens /sigh
    I don't get it, promotion of homosexuality?
    Do they mean teaching about hetro and gay relationships?

    Bromley is one of those areas, dominated by old people who clearly cannot let go of the past and are voting BNP.


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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    And then of course there is the sheer popularity of such outlets as The Daily Mail despite the constant leftist attacks(some not without merit.)on them.
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    That is what happens when devolution happens /sigh
    I don't get it, promotion of homosexuality?
    Do they mean teaching about hetro and gay relationships?.
    Scotland is actually one of the most leftwing parts of the UK.
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    Scotland is actually one of the most leftwing parts of the UK.
    I don't understand the rejection and is it?


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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    And then of course there is the sheer popularity of such outlets as The Daily Mail despite the constant leftist attacks(some not without merit.)on them.
    Erm .. i buy the daily mail and sun for the gossip ..


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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    Sure you did. You weren't attacking me specifically but you started attacking religion randomly, crudely and arrogantly. Or are you denying I replied to this post of yours:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1058026278 (Does religion affect your vote?)

    And ehre's my reply:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1058027547 (Does religion affect your vote?)

    Keep up, I have already responded:

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/polls/...post1058025516 (Does religion affect your vote?)
    well here you have it. You start an attack when I ask you to prove it you accuse me of an attack. Then when I stop asking and look back to the OP you attack again. You may want to make up your mind.

    So make up your mind. If you want to debate the existence of god ( at times you seem to want that) then prove there is one. If you want to discuss the OP please do. But stop attacking me for just trying to figure out what you want to debate.

    I did see that you responded to the OP further back than I looked. I am sorry. So what than brought you back to the thread. Other than to attack me and create an argument. If it's the way that I consider god a large zero then have at it and prove your point.
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno View Post
    well here you have it. You start an attack when I ask you to prove it you accuse me of an attack. Then when I stop asking and look back to the OP you attack again. You may want to make up your mind.

    So make up your mind. If you want to debate the existence of god ( at times you seem to want that) then prove there is one. If you want to discuss the OP please do. But stop attacking me for just trying to figure out what you want to debate.
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    It was you that started the attacks, I have proved this in my above post where I show myself replying to an attack you made, this last post by you simply ignores that. Do you have anything constructive or relevant to add?
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    I don't understand the rejection and is it?
    Section 28 banned teachers from talking about homosexuality to their school pupils. The Scottish parliament got rid of it and even though Scotland is one of the most liberal parts of the UK this was still an unpopular move if we can judge anything from the polls.
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    Re: Does religion affect your vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wessexman View Post
    Section 28 banned teachers from talking about homosexuality to their school pupils. The Scottish parliament got rid of it and even though Scotland is one of the most liberal parts of the UK this was still an unpopular move if we can judge anything from the polls.
    What a damn stupid idea. Well done parliament
    So teachers cannot talk about homosexuality even if a student brings up the subject? And in refusing to highlight it, any student who would come out would be treated as different


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