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AJ Poll: Would you be happy with a hung parliament?


The Conservatives have bagged the most seats in the 2010 election leaving the UK with its first hung parliament since 1974. The AJ asks: Would you be happy with a continuing hung parliament?

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Would you be happy with a hung parliament?

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Readers' comments (2)

  • No I wouldn't.
    We need definite change.
    I am appalled at the number of British Citizens who were not able to vote and therefore don't think that this election can be taken seriously. The result is a mis-representation of what the British people want.

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  • Studio Octopi

    A 'partnership' between the Lib Dems and the Tories is likely to be fraught with difficulties resulting in a stagnant government. With any luck this will lead to a break down of the 'partnership' and another election. By the time this occurs, the Labour Party will have a centre left leadership (Millibands?) and will return to power. A hung parliament may yet be the best solution, in the short term at least.

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