What people are saying about election
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Nigeria election 2019: Muhammadu Buhari gains commanding lead
GroundUp spoke to people about the elections, asking whether they would vote, who they would vote for and why. This is the first of a series GroundUp will be running. They are good at delivering good speeches and promises in the hopes that we would be taken in by the power of words but in fact we see what is going on. Nkandla and e-tolling are a great example of how our country is malfunctioning and we are totally ripped off while our eyes are wide open. Unemployment, the level of poverty and those small RDP houses which beg the question whether our system is failing us or making us feel like we are being cared for when we are really not. There is a huge gap in our society that divides the working class and the people in parliament.
Lok Sabha Polls 2019: What Young Voters In Western UP Want
I n October , British voters went to the polls. It was an unstable time: over the previous two years, as one inconclusive election followed another, the country had got through three prime ministers. This time, however, the result was decisive: Stanley Baldwin won the biggest Conservative landslide in British history. The story will no doubt provide comfort to Boris Johnson as he seeks to win his own snap election. But a Conservative majority in is by no means guaranteed; Johnson faces many more obstacles than Baldwin. UK-wide polls should always be approached with some caution. One of the big political stories of the year has been the resurgence of the Liberal Democrats.
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