How did you vote? The Official Brexit Exit Poll Thread

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In or Out?

In
110
58%
Out
43
23%
Henson
37
19%
 
Total votes: 190

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I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks
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Early observations.

People who have to get up early for work voting In and for Gav.
Those still in bed to vote Out on their way to the dole office later
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Jim Lahey wrote:Early observations.

People who have to get up early for work voting In and for Gav.
Those still in bed to vote Out on their way to the dole office later
:lol: :thumbup:
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My proxy hopefully voted In on my behalf.
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Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks

when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
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Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
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Don wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
Nigel has been very good during this campaign

And I would recommend looking at Mandelson or Blair and doing the opposite.
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Silver wrote:
Don wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
Nigel has been very good during this campaign
:lol: :lol: :lol: he was so toxic they had to pull him from the debate last night. You are a joke at this stage.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Silver wrote:
Don wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
Nigel has been very good during this campaign
:lol: :lol: :lol: he was so toxic they had to pull him from the debate last night. You are a joke at this stage.
Now, now it was family reasons. And I'm sure we all believe that :lol: :lol:
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Its this

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or this

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As a neutral, with a passing interest, I still cant see the actual benefits to staying. The countries not in EU at the moments seem pretty happy with their decision, and still seem to do plenty of trade, without having foreign gravy train politicians telling them what to do.

Just the fact that Slick Tony would lose his job would be enough to get my vote.

OUT :thumbup:
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Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks

when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
Never - they are over 1000 miles away.

Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
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Jim Lahey wrote:Early observations.

People who have to get up early for work voting In and for Gav.
Those still in bed to vote Out on their way to the dole office later
...but they'd be ripping people off to clear a sink if it wasn't for those pesky poles being efficent and whatnot.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Silver wrote:
Don wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
Nigel has been very good during this campaign
:lol: :lol: :lol: he was so toxic they had to pull him from the debate last night. You are a joke.
Fixed
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Silver wrote:
Don wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.
They just need look at Farage then vote the opposite. Anything else is madness.
Nigel has been very good during this campaign

And I would recommend looking at Mandelson or Blair and doing the opposite.
Keep swinging Silver, keep swinging
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Did my usual and stopped by the polling station on the way into work. Entirely unscientific, but I would expect turnout to be very high based on what I saw
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Enzedder wrote:
Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks
when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
Never - they are over 1000 miles away.

Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
so why do you think the UK should do it. Give away democracy and join a new elite and Eurocrat's run EU.
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Locally rain and flooding is Ganna be the issue, it's hammered down since midnight here and brooks are over , roads are under water.
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Hmm. There is every chance we could end up being ruled by Gavin Henson. I suppose it was always inevitable. I for one welcome this.
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Enzedder wrote: Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
Not seen it mentioned in any of the press but it'd affect a huge number of NZers who have or can get UK passports and at the moment can live and work anywhere in Europe indefinitely, get medical care, and so on. That's anyone born in the UK or with at least one parent born there, must be 100s of 1,000s of us.

I would have voted out though, just for the craic.
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Isnt a vote to stay a vote to drop the pound? The only way the EU can get sorted is to take control of bonds which means no sovereign bond issues. Everyone on the Euro and all bonds issued centrally. Thats the ultimate destination. If the EU cant do that then its stuffed.
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Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:
Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks
when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
Never - they are over 1000 miles away.

Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
so why do you think the UK should do it. Give away democracy and join a new elite and Eurocrat's run EU.
Jesus f**king Christ.
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Fezhead wrote:Hmm. There is every chance we could end up being ruled by Gavin Henson. I suppose it was always inevitable. I for one welcome this.
Henson, Farage/Boris or Dave/Tony Blair/Beckham.
It really is a giant douche/turd sandwich dilemma
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Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:
Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks
when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
Never - they are over 1000 miles away.

Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
so why do you think the UK should do it. Give away democracy and join a new elite and Eurocrat's run EU.
And you're allowed to vote..... jesus
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Imagine just how funny Silver going mental would be if remain wins. :thumbup:
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They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.

I voted 'Remain'.

It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.

The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.
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unseenwork wrote:Imagine just how funny Silver going mental would be if remain wins. :thumbup:
I should be fine either way. I won't be competing with the huge number of low skilled people that flood into the country as the Euro countries collapse, and Turks start pouring in if stay win.
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Silver wrote:
unseenwork wrote:Imagine just how funny Silver going mental would be if remain wins. :thumbup:
I should be fine either way. I won't be competing with the huge number of low skilled people that flood into the country as the Euro countries collapse, and Turks start pouring in if stay win.
I'm sure that'll be a great relief to them.
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henry wrote:They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.

I voted 'Remain'.

It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.

The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.

There might not be enough warriors in the UK for leave to win. Time will tell.
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Fezhead wrote:
Silver wrote:
unseenwork wrote:Imagine just how funny Silver going mental would be if remain wins. :thumbup:
I should be fine either way. I won't be competing with the huge number of low skilled people that flood into the country as the Euro countries collapse, and Turks start pouring in if stay win.
I'm sure that'll be a great relief to them.
and this project is finished anyway. Its just a matter of when. A slow drawn out collapse over many years with huge suffering. Or quick
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Silver wrote:
henry wrote:They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.

I voted 'Remain'.

It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.

The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.

There might not be enough warriors in the UK for leave to win. Time will tell.
'Warriors'

:uhoh:

:lol:

You're like a reverse Corbyn.
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More than half the posters in this thread are furriners :lol:
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Silver wrote:
henry wrote:They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.

I voted 'Remain'.

It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.

The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.

There might not be enough warriors in the UK for leave to win. Time will tell.
Good grief Charlie Brown

:shock:
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Is this just what NZ politics is like? Paranoid ravings and goading the population with comparisons to Maori warriors?
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Silver wrote:
henry wrote:They say a man is judged by the company he keeps and as such, whilst I am sympathetic to many of the arguments and issues outlined by the Leave campaign, I could not, in good conscience, throw my lot in with swivel-eyed loons like Farage, Gove, Boris, Silver and Dai et al.

I voted 'Remain'.

It was a tough call but I suspect my last minute change of heart will be replicated up and down the country.

The 'Remain' campaign may have had a difficult task and may have run an appalling campaign but when push came to shove, 'Leave' lacked credibility and, as is often the way in such referenda, guarantees.

There might not be enough warriors in the UK for leave to win. Time will tell.
He really does believe the "Independence Day" rhetoric. Astonishing.
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unseenwork wrote:Is this just what NZ politics is like? Paranoid ravings and goading the population with comparisons to Maori warriors?
Hardly. Say warriors to yer average Kiwi and they'll take it a reference to Auckland's other under-performing ovalball team.
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Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:
Silver wrote:
Enzedder wrote:I can't vote but any of you buggers voting to leave are dumb.

Anyone not sure, please place their vote for me. Thanks
when is NZ going to ask an Aussie elite to run your country?
Never - they are over 1000 miles away.

Also, I want to vote that way as it is better for NZ with our existing trade agreements not to rock the boat
so why do you think the UK should do it. Give away democracy and join a new elite and Eurocrat's run EU.

Cos it's better for NZ - d'oh
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bimboman wrote:Locally rain and flooding is Ganna be the issue, it's hammered down since midnight here and brooks are over , roads are under water.
Hopefully this will stop the old and the feckless from getting out
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Silver wrote: Nigel has been very good during this campaign
Silver wrote: I should be fine either way. I won't be competing with the huge number of low skilled people that flood into the country as the Euro countries collapse, and Turks start pouring in if stay win.
ASMO wrote:Haven't voted and wont be voting, both sides are lying c u n t s and i really don't care one way or the other
And here we have the problem with our current democracy. Racists and loons do vote, and people who could make a difference don't.

Anyway, I voted in. When you look at who would be given more power by leaving the EU, it's a terrifying prospect.
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