Do you think politics affects your daily life?

For many of us politics is a big turn off, what could a group of overly well paid, expenses grabbing MPs have to do with our daily lives? Government affects nearly everything. At the local level councillors decisions can affect transport, education, even our refuse collections. The National government affects the economy, runs the NHS, provides welfare and takes taxes. And internationally being a part of the European Union makes it easier to go on holiday to Spain and Italy. But does politics affect these things? Will throwing out one lot of politicians change anything, or will it just be more of the same?

Do you think politics affects your daily life?

Yes because... No because...

Politics affects everything we do

because the prime minister is GAY!!!!!!"!!!
HE IS A FAGGOT!!!!!!!

WHAt a little shit

It is however not often possible to see that politics has an influence. What time will the pub stay open? While parliament sets limits on opening hours it is not something we notice. If the pub is closed not many people think 'oh thats the politicians doing' and even less think 'thanks mr politician for keeping my pub open longer' when they are out drinking. There is a disconnect between what politics does have an influence over and what it is seen to have an influence over.

Do you think politics affects your daily life?

Yes because... No because...

taxes

im fuckin bored shitless!!!

Taxes are the worst! We dont have any money left when we have to pay taxes!!!!! the government are tramps that dont have any money so they make us pay taxes so they can get money!! politics is the worst, it is all about old benders sitting on chairs- when they have nothing better to do- and talking about absolutly nothing!!!!!!!!!!!

Do you think politics affects your daily life?

Yes because... No because...

Government affects everything, party politics does not.

the government are all part of the illuminati and disney is gay

YABADABADOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!
YEAH BOi!!

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