Discover whose policies match your personality with
our quick, interactive and insightful quiz.
No spin. No bias. Just facts.
The parties are bickering again, slinging mud at each other and seeing if they can get it to stick. Must be election time.
Choosing the right party to vote for at the 2015 general election can be tough. With policies being launched daily it's difficult to keep up with who stands for what.
That's where we come in. Whether you're sitting on the fence, new to politics, or just want to re-affirm your affiliation to a particular party, we're here to help.
Using a lot of clever wizardry code and algorithms, we've built a quiz, which will help you to choose the party which best suits your beliefs, morals and lifestyle choices.
So, who will you choose when you go to the polls on the 7th May?
Let us help you decide.
We all know how difficult it is to keep track of where political parties stand on issues. With manifestos running into dozens of pages long, reading and comparing policies is enough to make you want to get an early night.
The co-founders (Chris and Mark) were discussing how difficult it was to keep track of policies, and decided to build this website to help not just us, but every voter. It helps you to decide which party to vote for at the general election using a blind questionnaire, matching your opinions to party policies.
Post-election date, we'll be tracking how well the parties stick to their policies, handing out some virtual slapped wrists to those who break their promises.
Once you've used us, you won't want to lose your vote.
Chris Haycock and Mark Stevens, Co-Founders
Last Updated: 26 January 2016 at 21:55
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