Main reason for voting UKIP would be to piss off Cameron, Miliband and Clegg

1% of voters have spotted the similarity

1% of voters have spotted the similarity

A poll published today has revealed that the main reason that voters are will vote for UKIP at the European Parliament election is simply to annoy and confuse the leaders of the mainstream parties.

“Whilst I regard UKIP as directly descended from the Monster Raving Loony Party, and I don’t agree with any of their views, the idea of seriously irritating the right-on, toffee nosed Tories, Lib Dems and Laborites really appeals to me,” said Dave Zhou, a typical voter from Harold. “I’d much rather vote for a quasi-racist millionaire stock broker.”

“To see Clegg huffing and puffing with indignation that anyone could possibly not agree with him was a real delight,” he continued. “I’m not an anarchist by any stretch of imagination but by voting UKIP I can upset the usual crowd without causing any lasting damage. Everyone knows the Euro elections are pointless and don’t mean anything.”

The response to the question Why would you vote UKIP at the European Parliament Elections? was as follows:

55% To annoy the traditional parties
19% For a laugh
11% Because I’m a moron
14% Because I’m a racist
1% Farage reminds me of the Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz
0% UKIP’s policies are very sensible

Leading political blogger, Kerry McCarthy has warned against using UKIP for a protest vote. “In the first Euro elections 25% of the electorate voted for the Green Party, just for fun,” she observed. “The Tory Government took this as an excuse to put “green taxes” on everything because they thought they had a mandate from the electorate.”

“So if everyone voted UKIP, the Government would probably ban imports of on anything European such as pizza, garlic, Eurovision, and Daft Punk………… Hmmm!…… on second thoughts – maybe voting UKIP isn’t such a bad idea …”

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