I wondered if the whole Brexit "thing" had changed the way they will vote in the next general election.
I voted Labour for the first time in the last one, I am really unsure who I will in the next one. Labour has been a poor opposition in the last 12 months when they should be taking big advantage of what is a poor government.
If you don't mind saying who you voted for last time and if that may change next time it would be interesting I think or at least say that you have changed party even if you don't want to say who from and who to or maybe nothing has changed for you.
I am never voting for one of the two main parties ever again, it will be UKIP or another Brexit supporting party from now on.
When/if Brexit is ever delivered I shall probably give up voting altogether. Brexit has proved that votes are virtually worthless.
I vote for the person standing locally or to prevent their opposition getting in.
However, if Corbyn is still leading the Labour party I'll definitely vote Conservative regardless of local candidates
I really do not know now. I have voted Conservative in the past, but might have considered voting Labour now if Jeremy Corbyn was not the leader. I remember the middle to late 1970s so I can not put my cross to his party. If we did not have a reasonable Independent candidate, I would look for something like Screaming Lord Sutch, or spoil my vote, unless political parties change very radically by then.