Today is the day I decide who to vote for -- I just wanted to know if anyone has come across any (independent) comparative tools online, detailing each parties stance?
I'm fundamentally lazy & want to avoid having to read info individually on all the parties -- I was hoping "someone" in cyber space had put together a nice table comparing like for like?
Has anyone come across any such thing???
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06-09-2013 08:07 #1Senior Member
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Online Election Resources????
06-09-2013 08:11 #2
Google votecompass, it's a good starting point to see who's policies you might agree with the most
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