GENERAL ELECTION: Poll results

David Cameron

David Cameron

First published in Henley News

DAVID CAMERON becoming Prime Minister would not be positive for Oxfordshire, according to almost two-thirds of voters on oxfordmail.co.uk In our second General Election ballot, we asked if the Witney MP's elevation to Downing Street would be of benefit to the county as a whole.

We had a massive response with 845 votes cast.

Of those, 47 per cent said it would be bad for the county, while 16 per cent said it would make no difference.

Thirty-seven per cent believed it would be positive.

Today we're asking you who came out on top in the Leaders' Debate last night.

And remember to visit your own constituency page under oxfordmail.co.uk/genelection to tell us which party you're thinking of voting for on Thursday, May 6.

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10:57am Fri 23 Apr 10

CLLR KEN TIWARI says...

I do understand, this is a purely-Media-Hype for Mr Nick Clegg !

Who could support this double talk-Creep, I wonder?
I do understand, this is a purely-Media-Hype for Mr Nick Clegg ! Who could support this double talk-Creep, I wonder? CLLR KEN TIWARI
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11:06am Fri 23 Apr 10

CLLR KEN TIWARI says...

My sincere apologies to readers for Not writing what kind of Cllr?(above)

Cllr Ken Tiwari(Parish R&S Oxon)
My sincere apologies to readers for Not writing what kind of Cllr?(above) Cllr Ken Tiwari(Parish R&S Oxon) CLLR KEN TIWARI
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