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Who are nurses voting for in the general election?

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In the run up to the election, we asked our readers which party they will be voting for on May 7

Who are nurses voting for

Undecided: 17% (80)

Conservative Party: 10% (46)

Labour Party: 48% (228)

Liberal Democrats: 5% (26)

Green Party: 9% (42)

UKIP: 5% (24)

Plaid Cymru: 1% (4)

Scottish National Party: 5% (24)

Other: 1% (5)


Total votes: 479

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survey solutions

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Readers' comments (1)

  • No suprise tht labour have most potential according to survey but, though they promise great things, they have not the finances to get things done. Last time they were in power, they set the Target scheme which often prevented patients staying in hospital long enough. I recall patients being side-warded because recovery was too slow and treatment stopped with dire consequences. Labour lavish hand out to all and sundry, even people who would not work, just to get their votes. They.left the country bankrupt. UKIP are the only ones who have a workable financial plan, drawn up by INDEPENDANT advisors. They have good plans for NHS and hope to recruit overseas people with the necessary skills that speak english to employ in NHS

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