Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:50 pm

As is regularly demonstrated on these pages it is now proven categorically that the thicker you are the more likely it is you vote labour...

https://www.spectator.co.uk/2017/05/whe ... est-party/

Same goes for their mps too although tbf abbott seriously pulls down any groups average.

So maybe we should just pat their little heads when they try to understand things far too complex for their proven lower iq's.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Dean » Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:54 pm

You’re trying too hard mate. Less is more sometimes...
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:13 pm

Dean wrote:You’re trying too hard mate. Less is more sometimes...


Not me. Many recognised studies since 2008. All referenced in the citation.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:39 pm

Historically lib anti-dems have voters of highest mean IQ's. I say historically as they dont really have any voters thesedays. The clever ones came to us and the lower IQ i guess attracted to labour.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Wed Dec 06, 2017 4:04 pm

Labour voter? Boost your IQ and productivity...vote tory! :pmsl:
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Wed Dec 06, 2017 4:32 pm

'Whether you measure a party’s intelligence by the IQ of its leaders or its voters, Labour is now the least intelligent party.'

Cannot argue with facts. Hard straight up facts. Cant argue with em.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Avon Barksdale » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:01 pm

Even if we accept the premise as correct (rather than true) so what?

Toby Young's intellectual and decidedly middle class snobbery is meaningless in the context of real world events. So called "clever" people such as bankers led us to one of the most devastating economic events since the depression of the 1930s - the 2008 crash. So called "clever" people such as CEOs of large corporations are making the planet we require for our actual survival less inhabitable by the day for the sake of the profit motive. So called "clever" people like politicians are allowing automation to squeeze out the labour market which will mean it is less likely that even their children will have jobs.

What's so great about these clever people anyway? They sound pretty stupid to me.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Cannydc » Wed Dec 06, 2017 5:41 pm

Strange, that. Even your own RIGHT WING rag seems to think the opposite...


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... acist.html

Here are some facts.

Following analysis of more than 15,000 people, Right-wingers tend to be less intelligent than left-wingers, and people with low childhood intelligence tend to grow up to have racist and anti-gay views, says a controversial new study.

Conservative politics work almost as a 'gateway' into prejudice against others, say the Canadian academics.

The paper analysed large UK studies which compared childhood intelligence with political views in adulthood across more than 15,000 people.The authors claim that people with low intelligence gravitate towards right-wing views because they make them feel safe.

Crucially, people's educational level is not what determines whether they are racist or not - it's innate intelligence, according to the academics.


p.s. March (which I forecast for a General Election) is not 10 days away. Just in case you feel the need to misquote me again.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Guest » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:17 pm

Cannydc wrote:Strange, that. Even your own RIGHT WING rag seems to think the opposite...


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... acist.html

Here are some facts.

Following analysis of more than 15,000 people, Right-wingers tend to be less intelligent than left-wingers, and people with low childhood intelligence tend to grow up to have racist and anti-gay views, says a controversial new study.

Conservative politics work almost as a 'gateway' into prejudice against others, say the Canadian academics.

The paper analysed large UK studies which compared childhood intelligence with political views in adulthood across more than 15,000 people.The authors claim that people with low intelligence gravitate towards right-wing views because they make them feel safe.

Crucially, people's educational level is not what determines whether they are racist or not - it's innate intelligence, according to the academics.


p.s. March (which I forecast for a General Election) is not 10 days away. Just in case you feel the need to misquote me again.

In point of fact there are multiple sources showing that conservative voters are, on average, less intelligent, less moral, less honest and less inclined to give to charity - but they are more likely to be paedophiles, domestic abusers and cheat in business so you know - swings and roundabouts

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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Fletch » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:23 pm

And the easily led vote Conservative.

Maybe Labour voters are not so thick after all. :twirl:
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Lucian » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:49 pm

Hi

In our respected analysis, one has to be very thick to vote for these lying, three faced, selfish politicians of all persuasions, fact!!

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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Viper » Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:30 am

Lucian wrote:Hi

In our respected analysis, one has to be very thick to vote for these lying, three faced, selfish politicians of all persuasions, fact!!

:smilin: :smilin:


Of course there is no evidence to support this opinion. In the OP reference however there are studies as far back as 2008 consistently showing that labour voters are the thickest.
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Guest » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:12 pm

There are innumerable studies showing conservatives are of lower intelligence.

Unfortunately Viper is too thick to understand them as is evidenced by his belief that changing your vote increases your IQ
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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby Cannydc » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:59 pm

Guest wrote:There are innumerable studies showing conservatives are of lower intelligence.

Unfortunately Viper is too thick to understand them as is evidenced by his belief that changing your vote increases your IQ


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Re: Thick? More likely to vote labour..fact

Postby McAz » Thu Dec 07, 2017 7:04 pm

Guest wrote:There are innumerable studies showing conservatives are of lower intelligence.

Unfortunately Viper is too thick to understand them as is evidenced by his belief that changing your vote increases your IQ


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