Screamapillar


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Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 21:30

Can't find any of the stats on Sky at the moment, sorry. I guess you just had to be watching Sky News at 6am.

but since I was up at 3.30am, respectfully I am off to bed.

Btw, if you prefer split demographics, it still tells the same story. My mother ticks all three boxes in case you are interested.

goodnight.

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 21:17

Ok, look XX1, only know why you you don't like what I am telling you.

The first place I saw this was on Sky at about 6 this morning where the three demographics were discussed as an entity. If I had known you were going to grill me about it this evening who knows, I might have taken a video but there you are.

Maybe you do'n't like it, I don't like it much either but disputing the type person who was more likely to vote to leave isn't going to make any difference.

As you say, time to move on.

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 21:04

I think most people would agree that Nigel Farage is a massive shit...

 

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 20:53

The onus is't on me XX1 I am quoting you stats from Sky news and the Guardian!

Don't shoot the messenger go and read what I read 

i mean you might not like it but I am not making this up.

 

 

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 20:31

I never said it wasn't Pudge And just because I live in London it doesn'tt mean I never venture outside it.

At the same time there are pleny of people who feel it is something that has been "imposed" on them without consent and this is one of the many proxy protests that has been hung on this vote.

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 20:19

Pudge - it is partly that but in many multicultural urban areas the percentage vote among BAME voters for remain was higher than for whites. I expect if you looked at some areas such as those in East London that did vote to leave this would be quite pronounced.

Lots of things are reflected in the vote, Islamophobia is one of them but nobody is about to pick that scab! 

 

 

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 20:06
XX1 wrote (see)
Screamapillar wrote (see)
RicF wrote (see)

What's the perceived profile of someone who voted out?

Officially they are most likely to be Over 60, rural dwelling, without a degree.

Are you serious?

Yes, that is the official demographic, look it up.

They are also more likely to be white but I don't think anybody really wants to dwell on that...

 

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 19:43
RicF wrote (see)

What's the perceived profile of someone who voted out?

Officially they are most likely to be Over 60, rural dwelling, without a degree.

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:11
Muttley wrote (see)

But if the young can't be arsed to vote ...

What Imean is that 75% of those that did voted to remain. 

it could go one of two ways in the next general election - either they become even more disillusioned or more engaged - we all need them to be more engaged!

Are you and "in" or an "out"?

Posted: Yesterday at 18:10

But anyway, here's a thought: this is, apparently the first time Parliament has been called upon to act upon something the majority of members don't want to.

The onus is also on our MPs to negotiate the deal they think is best for everyone, both remainers and leavers.

For that reason we might end up keeping free trade and free movement agreements, in which case nobody will really get what they wanted. Is that going to be worth all the upheaval? Who knows, but we we will see our elected representatives working hard for their wage.

 

 

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