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EU referendum survey
« on: May 14, 2016, 08:57:25 pm »
So I'm doing a survey about the EU Referendum currently happening in the UK. Because I'm trying to ask as many people as possible, I thought I'd ask you lot!  :lol-fox: If you could follow the format below it would make my life easier, thanks!

1) Should the UK remain in the EU?
2) Why do you think this?
3) What country do you live in?

(I will keep you anonymous unless you explicitly say otherwise)

As an example, here are my answers:

1) Yes, I think we should remain
2) The amount of jobs linked to the EU, trade, security, being on good terms with other countries (although we're not too great with that) and the fact we might switch to using kilometres like every other country
3) I live in the UK

Thanks in advance!
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2016, 09:06:36 pm »
1) No
2) In the long run, leaving the EU is better for the UK and its economy. There are multiple factors to weigh in, but the pros certainly outweigh the cons. Besides, we'll still be part of Europe.
3) The good ol' United Kingdom.
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2016, 03:03:25 am »
Thanks for your response!
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2016, 03:39:11 am »
1) Yes, absolutely
2) So many jobs rely on trade with Europe and we depend on our relationship with the EU. We can live and work abroad without the need of a visa. Leaving it would be a shot in the dark. Our economy will be balanced and people who are less well off will be better off if we stay. I do however think we should keep the pound and I agree with Jeremy Corbyn that the EU is not perfect and is in need of some reform.
3) The UK
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #4 on: May 15, 2016, 03:55:58 am »
1) No
2) In the long run, leaving the EU is better for the UK and its economy. There are multiple factors to weigh in, but the pros certainly outweigh the cons. Besides, we'll still be part of Europe.
3) The good ol' United Kingdom.
agreed (too lazy to write own response)
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2016, 10:35:10 pm »
      I'm definately not British but I know the imperialistic nature of the European Union which is something I definately don't appreciate. Many people support the European Union here and in other nations as well. I don't think that Britain should remain in the Union, but I don't know if they'd be able to support themselves without them. People consider the E.U. a source of security and peace. I see the E.U. as a way to destroy an economy and limit the liberties of the people. As all of us here know, the European Union is a socialist alliance that is responsible for the Euro which here recently collapsed in Greece. When the money is shared amongst the people, there is really no money because everyone is as equally broke. They're supporting people who choose not to work because they're too lazy to actually do anything. They also are supporting people who only wish to destroy who we are by restricting what the people can do for the greater good of Europe. They're basically an imperialistic organization only wanting to control Europe. Que Dieu soit avec la France et de nous être la liberté!
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2016, 02:44:00 am »
      I'm definately not British but I know the imperialistic nature of the European Union which is something I definately don't appreciate. Many people support the European Union here and in other nations as well. I don't think that Britain should remain in the Union, but I don't know if they'd be able to support themselves without them. People consider the E.U. a source of security and peace. I see the E.U. as a way to destroy an economy and limit the liberties of the people. As all of us here know, the European Union is a socialist alliance that is responsible for the Euro which here recently collapsed in Greece. When the money is shared amongst the people, there is really no money because everyone is as equally broke. They're supporting people who choose not to work because they're too lazy to actually do anything. They also are supporting people who only wish to destroy who we are by restricting what the people can do for the greater good of Europe. They're basically an imperialistic organization only wanting to control Europe. Que Dieu soit avec la France et de nous être la liberté!
Yes indeed they are economically limiting the UK in this sense, even if leaving is a hard option it may be a good one... we'll see...
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #7 on: June 08, 2016, 02:28:23 am »
1)No, The UK should leave the EU.
2)The UK is putting to much money into the EU's budget. Last year, the UK forked up £13bn to the EU which cane out of taxpayers. Worst of all, the money is being terribly invested such as the CAP and helping other members countries struggling economies *cough cough* Greece (its not British citizen's fault that they lied their way into the EU).
3)I live in the United States.
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #8 on: June 08, 2016, 02:34:49 am »
1) What? Is it trying to leave...?
2) Don't know, I just found out
3) Trumpmeri- America.
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Re: EU referendum survey
« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2016, 06:59:36 pm »
1)no we shouldn't stay

2)yes at first the economy would dip but after the initial shock it will start to get better we will not be pumping money into the EU and will be able to spend it in places that require it
the main industry in the UK that benefits from the EU is farmers and i have talked to one about the topic and even he said he would like to leave the EU even though it would be harder for his company to start off
needing a VISA to travel in Europe is not a big thing to get a VISA you can fill it out on a plane in 5 mins its not really a point that should change a persons mind as it takes 5 mins off a 2 hour flight so its not really a bad thing
while it may be harder for poeple that are worse off to start it will soon become easier for them as more jobs will become available
importing and exporting will not change as if a country like Germany charges us more to import to them we will charge them more to import to us so this wont really change anything

3) England


sorry about the really long reply i just wanted to make sure i explaind my point cx

we are having a vote on wether or not we should leave the EU (European Union)