Most voters don’t decide their preferences until the last few days before the vote.
So we built this – an interactive menu of each party’s manifesto.
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Put the manifestos to the testo – Business Post’s manifesto comparison interactive by @rachelLavin…
“Most voters don’t decide their preferences until the last few days before the vote.”
really? I’d be very surprised if that’s true
I’d have to say I’d agree with their assessment. I’ve spent a lot of time reading up on it and I’m still back and forth between 2 parties.
when I click into the link, nothing really loads for me
I’d say people have a firm #1 and #2, a definite “i wont give them a vote”, but the rest are up for grabs….
…or perhaps that’s just me?
I’d agree as regards the 1,2 and possibly 3. But not that the rest are up for grabs. That’s because when there’s a decisive 1,2 and 3, there’s also a decisive ‘last or no votes for x,y and z’
The in-between ones may well be up for grabs.
But no party has ever done exactly what they promised, right?
No party can unless they achieve an overall majority.
Oh dear. This is like basing your purchasing decisions on what the salesman tells you.
You should be voting on past performance in office (for returning and current politicians) and also look at who exactly is supporting them (their base).
Sinn Fein will be different from the rest once they get into government
I have read your manifestos with deep interest, but they say almost nothing about music.
PS: Ludwig van Beethoven was born in 1770, 250 years ago. What are youse going to do about it apart from a couple of photo opportunities?
Sinn Fein will not be in Government it will be Fianna Fail and Fine Gael and the
Greens if they need them, however in order to keep the Shinners at bay they will
end up implementing most of their policies like what Fine Gael and Labour did
nine years ago in adopting Fianna Fails…..ironic
Every single election promise is only worth the paper it was printed on. No more, no less.
How’s about a law that means parties must carry out what they suggested in their manifestos within the year, otherwise another election is called and heavy fines for that party?