quarta-feira, 22 de junho de 2016

Que Tipo de Gente Vota para Permanecer ou Sair da União Europeia no Reino Unido?



Eu já morei no Reino Unido. Se fosse eleitor de lá, votaria pela saída do país da União Europeia, principalmente porque a União Europeia força os países a aceitarem políticas sociais anti-cristãs e destrói as culturas nacionais. Além disso, em termos econômicos, o Reino Unido escapou da moeda unica, a moeda única é disfuncional, mas ainda tem vários problemas econômicos que são provenientes da União Europeia, como a dificuldade de fazer relação comercial com países fora do bloco. Sem falar, no problema da imigração exagerada de muçulmanos.

Amanhã, o Reino Unido vai decidir, as pesquisas mostram ligeira vantagem para a permanência no bloco, e o assassinato de uma deputada que defendia a permanência por um louco piorou as coisas, mas há ainda muitos indecisos.

Pesquisa do The Telegraph mostra qual tipo de eleitor vota pela permanência e pela saída do bloco.

Pode-se dizer que quanto mais esquerdista, mais jovem, mais rico, mais graduado, mais morar nos limites territoriais e for mulher, maior a chance de votar pela permanência.

Quanto mais de direita, mais velho, mais conservador, mais pobre, menos educado profissionalmente e morar interior do país, maior chance de votar pela saída do bloco.

Pode-se dizer então que o partido que está mais a direita, UKIP, é o partido do povo no Reino Unido, pois o povo pobre apoia a saída do bloco, assim como o UKIP.

O partido mais a esquerda está junto dos ricos que em geral têm formação universitária.

Vejamos os gráficos para classe social e por partido.





Vejam o resto dos gráficos de cada fator clicando aqui.

E veja abaixo os argumentos de cada lado para

The arguments for and against


The key arguments for and against staying in the EU - in a nutshell
  • IMMIGRATION

    Leave:

    Britain can never control immigration until it leaves the European Union, because freedom of movement gives other EU citizens an automatic right to live here.

    Stay:

    Leaving will not solve the migration crisis but bring it to Britain’s doorstep because border controls from the Continent will move from Calais in France to Dover in UK.
  • CRIME

    Leave:

    The European Arrest Warrant allows British citizens to be sent abroad and charged for crimes in foreign courts, often for minor offences. Exit would stop this.

    Stay:

    Rapists, murders and other serious criminals who convict offences in Britain can only be returned once fleeing abroad thanks to the European Arrest Warrant. Exit would stop justice being done.
  • TRADE

    Leave:

    Britain’s links with the EU are holding back its focus on emerging markets – there is no major trade deal with China or India, for example. Leaving would allow the UK to diversify its international links.

    Stay:

  • LAW

    Leave:

    Too many of Britain’s laws are made overseas by dictates passed down from Brussels and rulings upheld by the European Court of Justice. UK courts must become sovereign again.

    Stay:

    The exit campaign has over-exaggerated how many laws are determined by the European Commission. It is better to shape EU-wide laws from the inside rather than walking away.
  • JOBS

    Leave:

    The danger to jobs has been over-exaggerated. By incentivising investment through low corporation tax and other perks Britain can flourish like the Scandinavian countries outside the EU.

    Stay:

    Around three million jobs are linked to the EU and will be plunged into uncertainty if voters plump for exit, as businesses would be less likely to invest if the country was outside Europe.
  • CLOUT

    Leave:

    Britain does not need the EU to prosper internationally. By re-engaging with the Commonwealth the UK can have just as much clout as it does from inside the EU.

    Stay:

    Britain will be “drifting off into the mid-Atlantic” if it leaves the EU, as Nick Clegg likes to say. In a globalising world the UK’s interests are best protected by remaining part of the EU block, with American and Chinese leaders indicating as much.
  • FINANCE

    Leave:

    Talk of capital flight is nonsense. London will remain a leading financial centre outside the EU and banks will still want to be headquartered in Britain due to low tax rates.

    Stay:

    Banks will flee the UK and the City of London collapse if Britain votes for exit, because the trading advantages of being inside the EU help boost banks' profits.
  • SOVEREIGNTY

    Leave:

    The British Parliament is no longer sovereign. With the EU hell-bent on “ever closer union” and further economic integration likely after the euro crisis, it is best to call it quits before ties deepen.

    Stay:

    In a globalised world, every country must work closer with others if the want to flourish economically. A Little Englander desire for isolation will undermine the UK, plus the PM might have won an opt-out to “ever closer union” come the referendum.
  • DEFENCE

    Leave:

    Britain could soon be asked to contribute to a EU Army, with reports suggesting Angela Merkel may demand the Prime Minister’s approval in return for other concessions. That would erode the UK’s independent military force and should be opposed.

    Stay:

    European countries together are facing the threats from Isil and a resurgent Russia. Working together to combat these challenges is best – an effort that would be undermined if Britain turns its back on the EU.

2 comentários:

Vic disse...

Só de o globalista George Soros querer a permanencia, o suficiente pro OUT!!
Ajudado pelas esquerdas, esportistas alienados, tipo uns Beckham da vida, pela alta burguesia sempre aliada dos maçonistas, tá explicado!
Seria aquele assassinato encomendado nessa direção?
Seria a morta uma Eduardo Campos inglesa, que até hoje nada seguramente se sabe dessa morte?
Como de nada as pessoas desconfiam, mudam de votos, somente por causa de certas possiveis farsas?

Nikollas Ramos disse...

A opinião da Rainha:

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/06/queen-elizabeth-for-brexit-eu-courts-denigrate-britain-by-protecting-terrorists