Tuesday, November 08, 2016
For many, it is about choosing the lesser of the two evils. For others it is a decision whether or not to stay on the same path, or veer from it with an untested politician who promises a brighter future.
However you decide, have a great day and sincere thanks for one of the best ever reality shows.
Monday, November 07, 2016
We polled visitors again this week about the American Presidential Election. These are the results from the three polls from March, June and November.
If this is at all reflective of how America votes, this could be one of the closest elections of all time with the Donald gaining significant ground on Clinton who has always been in the lead.
Trump 43.0% Clinton 57.0%
Trump 41.6% Clinton 58.4%
Trump 49.3% Clinton 50.7%
That said.. remember when we polled you about In/Out of Europe just ahead of the big vote and only 38% thought we should leave. On the day itself 52% voted to Leave!
Wednesday, November 02, 2016
Just for fun!
Time to cast your in-world votes, one more time....
With the American Election less than a week away, now is the time to vote in Second Life then sit back and see if you were right.
Teleport to the voting panel here.. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/91/233/23
Sunday, October 09, 2016
You opinion matters tonight as the Second Presidential debate takes place.
Will Hillary cough up a lung and fall unconscious into the crowd, or will Trump goose the women in the front row and follow it up with a mass hootering?
These are the things that make this debate one of the most entertaining slow motion car-crashes of the modern time.
Witness this grisly spectacle and have your say, live as it happens, here in London City. Bring some popcorn, this is high calibre entertainment, with the tiniest smattering of politics.
Starts 6pm SL Time, 2am UK Time. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/82/221/23
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
A lively debate was enjoyed last night by those who gathered in London City to see the first presidential head-to-head.
Hillary Clinton, somewhat reminiscent of a Cheshire cat, with a permanent broad smile, was effective. Far from coughing, wobbling and falling off the stage into the audience, she delivered a well rehearsed message and remained calm.
The consensus of those watching form London City, was that she left Mr Trump somewhat on the hop, unable to answer questions without a convoluted preamble, and forcing him to adopt a defensive position throughout, without much if any opportunity to attack.
There will be a 2nd debate on 9th October and a third and final head-to-head on 29th October.
Monday, September 26, 2016
You can use Voice or Text to express your views, your opinion matters!
The live debate begins at Starts at 6pm SL time on Monday which is 2am (Tuesday) in the UK
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Last Sunday when Hillary Clinton collapsed at the 9/11 memorial day, people began to give a lot more credence to what had previously been considered outrageous conspiracy theories about her health.
Her team said after the incident, what was originally thought to be allergies was in fact pneumonia.
A Google of 'Hillary Clinton health' reveals many thousands of theories from Parkinson's to Alzheimer's which largely began circulating after she suffered a fall which cause brain bleed back in 2012.
Last week Mrs Clinton suffered another prolonged coughing fit for the first 6 minutes of her speech in Cleveland Ohio, 3 days before the incident at the 9/11 memorial and she has previously, on more than one occasion exhibited symptoms akin to mini seizures.
Given that her health, or rather the transparency of her health issues, is one of the top news stories at this time, we asked visitors to London City over the past couple of days, "Should Hillary Stand Down?"
As you can see, this question completely split those who answered the poll, with 42 saying Yes she should stand down and 41 saying she should not.
Mrs Clinton will be giving her first speech, since the incidents, today at North Carolina, where no doubt she will have one of the biggest world audiences watching her every move.
Monday, June 13, 2016
In March we assumed that it would be a Trump v Clinton race to the White House and asked you to cast your votes. At the time it was Trump 64 (43%), Clinton 85 (57%).
Now that it is definitely a Trump v Clinton election, we polled you again at the weekend to see if your opinion had changed.
Almost no change at all in your opinions with Trump scoring 62 (42%) and Clinton scoring 87 (58%).
It is worth noting that Trump seems to score much better in the middle of the night UK time which would be USA prime time. This could indicated that he is more popular in the USA than in the UK.
Monday, March 07, 2016
Last Wednesday we speculated that it would be a Trump v Clinton Presidential race and asked how you would vote.
Some very strong opinion as our voting machine only allows 150 votes (actually 149 for some reason), but first past to the Winning Post on Friday was Hillary Clinton with 85 votes (57%) to Trumps 64 votes (435).
Not since the infamous voice vote of a couple of years ago has the voting booth reached its maximum voting so quickly.
Remember this vote, because we will run it again in October a month before the Election (so long as Trump and Clinton are the nominees) to see if your opinions have changed.