Who should I vote for?

I’m not asking, I’ve already done it, I’m just hoping that ‘Who should I vote for?’ will get me a lot of search engine traffic today.

Not really.


I do actually want to be helpful though as I personally believe it’s VERY IMPORTANT INDEED that everyone votes. People died you know. All over the world people are still fighting hard for the right to vote, so please use yours.

Like me.

Who should I vote for?

If you are still asking yourself ‘who should I vote for?’ then why not take the Vote for Policies quiz? It anonymises policies from the main parties, meaning you pick by policy and not personality. At the end it tells you who you should vote for based on the policies you support. The results are interesting and the process is only slightly overshadowed by the fear of discovering you’re a secret UKIP supporter.

Please vote.

If you’re still not sure, let Bob and Roberta help spell it out:

Who should I vote for?




  1. William Gould
    7 May, 2015 / 1:37 pm

    If you are worried about the economy and the national debt, you should vote Conservative.
    If you want someone to throw money at things, vote Labour.

  2. 7 May, 2015 / 2:03 pm

    I actually only looked because I really wanted to tell you off for asking people to tell you who to vote for! :D
    I absolutely love that picture at the end, that is awesome! I’ve already been too, and when my partergets home I’ll go with him and the lttle kids, so that they learn it’s something everyone sensible does.

    • Jo Middleton
      7 May, 2015 / 2:19 pm

      Haha! Well I have escaped your wrath then :-) I have taken my children a lot, it’s so important I think for kids to see it as something you just DO.

  3. 7 May, 2015 / 5:28 pm

    We’re going to vote when J gets back from work. We wrote an article explaining why voting really matters, even if you don’t agree with any of the parties. You should still turn up even if you wish there was a None Of The Above option officially on the form! Hope you find it an interesting argument!

    • Jo Middleton
      7 May, 2015 / 5:42 pm

      An interesting post indeed and I totally agree – not voting is not an option.

      • 7 May, 2015 / 5:48 pm

        Thanks! Yeah, we are voting for parties ourselves, but people not getting involved in the process at all is the biggest problem the country faces right now – even when a large group is dissatisfied with something, there’s frequently either no activism or only destructive rioting ‘activism’ in response, mainly because people aren’t getting engaged at even the basic level of walking down the road on polling day. Change that, and Britain could become Great again, we think. :)

  4. Anne Wallwin
    15 June, 2015 / 7:31 pm

    I’m still amazed at the lack of turn out!

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