Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Poll Says 22% Decide 3 Days Before Election Day

That's more than one in every five voters. Of the 22%, 8% decide on voting day. 26% decide before nomination day which would mean that they are either blind followers or trust their parties will have good candidates or thoroughly distrust the other parties. 14% decide after the candidates are known while 35% decide only after the manifestos are published.

Which gives you an indication of the amount of respect that our politicians have for us by publishing their program for the next 5 years only 10 days before we go to vote.


Anonymous said...

I fully agree with you.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Ena buku dimun ki reflessi moris. Sel problem zot pena ene parti serie ki repon azot aspirasyon sitoyenne. Dimun pa interesse rentre dan ban debat steril pu desider si pa Karl Marx ene pli zoli garson ki Adam Smith.