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Fun Online Polls: Politicians, Sugar & "hard" Brexit.

Posted on the 29 September 2016 by Markwadsworth @Mark_Wadsworth

The results to last week-and-a-half's Fun Online Poll were as follows:
Which of these politicians avoids sugar?
Jeremy Corbyn - 54%
Nigel Farage - 6%
Both - 16%
Neither - 24%

A bit of an anorak question, but 16% of participants got the right answer. Well done!
Top (and only) comment:
View From The Solent: Who cares?
Answer = not many. Only 50 people took part and only 16% of those chose the right answer (and one of them was me). It was multiple choice, so if people had chosen an answer at random, 25% would have chosen the correct one :-)
The gamble which some Brexiteers made appears to have paid off in some quarters, pint-sized former French president M. Sarkozy has said that if re-elected he would offer the UK a new treaty for a new Europe.
Clearly he could't care less about British votes, so presumably what he means is a new deal which will  favour France generally, the UK tangentially and placate some potential Le Pen voters. Former Tory leader 'Lord' Howard stretched his head out of his earth-filled coffin and "described the terms “hard” and “soft” Brexit as unnecessary and unhelpful."
In which he would be correct. So that's this week's Fun Online Poll.
"Which kind of Brexit would you like?"
Vote here or use the widget in the sidebar.

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