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Distribution of answers submitted by UK voters.
Data includes total votes submitted by visitors since Feb 18, 2014. For users that answer more than once (yes we know), only their most recent answer is counted in the total results. Total percentages may not add up to exactly 100% as we allow users to submit "grey area" stances that may not be categorized into yes/no stances.
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Data based on 30-day moving average to reduce daily variance from traffic sources. Totals may not add up to exactly 100% as we allow users to submit "grey area" stances that may not be categorized into yes/no stances.
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If foreigner is promoting or involved in any criminal activity they should be deported. 4 years ago from a Conservative in London
Yes, but and deport everyone who is not of proven British heritage (100+ years ancestry and residence). 2 years ago from a UKIP in Taunton
Inciting hatred is frowned upon by most citizens. Only extremists advocate it. We are fighting for the minds of the next generation so we should teach love and integration in all walks of life, particularly schools. Those who enact acts of terror should... 4 years ago from a Labour in Skelmersdale
No, they should be kept in this country and monitored as to keep tabs on them. 2 years ago from a Labour in Northampton
Kill em dead. 2 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in London
No, if they are promoting terrorism, they should be counted as terrorists and they should be executed. 2 years ago from a UKIP in Blyth
No, they should be imprisoned so they cannot preach abroad. 2 years ago from a Labour in Stroud
If they are deported, it is only moving the problem elsewhere and it resolves nothing. But keeping them would mean detainment and the argument of overcrowded prisons will arise. 2 years ago from a Conservative in Oxford
There needs to be a substantial amount of proof before they can be accused of terorism. 2 years ago from a Labour in Manchester
No, send them to prison here where we can see what they are doing. 2 years ago from a Conservative in Canterbury
Yes, but this is a case of keeping enemies close is it not? So if convicted of inciting hatred, yes deport them if they can be expedited and dealt with accordingly. 2 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in Worthing
No, convict them and imprison them in the UK, if necessary, in solitude to prevent them from spreading terrorist ideals in prisons. 2 years ago from a Conservative in London
No, they should be arrested and put in to solitary confinement so they are not allowed to continue their preaching outside of our watch. 2 years ago from a UKIP in Plymouth
Depends how we define terrorism. We need to be very careful not to prevent people having opinions which differ from the government of the day. 2 years ago from a Labour in Doncaster
No, foreigners should have the same free speech rights as citizens and the definition of terrorism is too broad however they should be observed by the government so they can protect the vast majority of the population. 2 years ago from a Labour in Glasgow
It completely depends on what the government classifies as terrorism. For example CUBA has been considered by many countries a terrorist nation. If someone says supportive things about Castro I do not believe they should be deported. If they support ISIS... 2 years ago from a Green in Cardiff
No, imprisoning them here will deny them the opportunity to promote terrorism in countries with less secure state structures. 2 years ago from a Labour in Glasgow
No, better to keep them where they can be watched and controlled. 2 years ago from a Labour in London
The issue here is how does one define Terrorist? There were for example calls for those who state AGW is a lie to be deemed terrorists. Thus, deport those who commit serious offences. 2 years ago from a Conservative in London
Terrorism is a made up phenomenon, and you have more chance of dying by being hit by falling furniture. So, no. 2 years ago from a Green in Salford
Put them in special prisons so they can't plot in another country. 2 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in Stoke-on-trent
Yes, if there's enough proof the person in question is a danger to the public. 3 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in Newcastle
Yes, only if they are actually promoting terrorism, no lynch mobs please. 3 years ago from a Green in London
No, educate them to think freely but first break their mind. 3 years ago from a Liberal Democrat in Slough
I agree with your comment of 'yes, but only if the country they are being deported to complies with their human rights' but we would also need enough proof to deport someone, otherwise I feel a power-trip would ensue, and people will end up... 3 years ago from a Labour in Swansea
This should be looked at on a case by case basis depending upon what evidence there is, what damage, acts have they been involved in, they could be deported to a country where the death penalty can be carried out. 4 years ago from a Labour in Birmingham
Depends on to where - not if they will be tortured. 4 years ago from a Labour in Liverpool