Should I Vote In The General Election?
If you are eligible to vote, then you should indeed vote in the general election.
In some countries it is actually mandatory that you vote, although this is not the case in the UK.
In a general election it is particularly important you vote. Even if the party you vote for does not get elected, you have still had your say, and your vote has counted to the extent that the candidate you voted for had one more vote than they did otherwise.
Whilst generally any individual vote does not make a difference taken together they do, and if no-one voted because their individual vote did not count then clearly no-one would get any votes at all.
By engaging with politics and voting you are taking your responsibilities as a citizen seriously.
Even if those around you are apathetic about politics and politicians in general, you should make up your own mind and vote.
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