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Two Question Vote gives Confused Answer

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davidxhobbs
Old 06-12-2012, 9:45 AM
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Default Two Question Vote gives Confused Answer

Having two questions gives a skewed result. I want us out of the EU and don't wish to renegotiate.
If my desire not to renegotiate is counted on its own (rather than as part of a pair of questions), then it could appear to a biased observer that it is a vote to stay in the EU without renegotiation!
Two question referenda will produce muddled results.
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