Time Party Poll Result Archive
Below are the results off all previous Time Party Polls. Click a heading to read further details.
Poll #1: Handgun Ownership
The Time Party’s first poll ran from the 18th of September 2018 to the 4th of October 2018. The public voting in favour of handgun rights, but very narrowly.
Poll #2: UK Multiple Nationality
The second poll ran from the 5th of October to the 19th . The result shows the public do not believe UK citizenship should be awarded as a dual or multi-nationality.
Poll #3: Bio-metric ID cards
The third Time Party poll ran from the 19th of October through to the 1st of November. The voters this time favoured the idea of Biometric ID cards.
Poll #4: Overseas Territory MPs
The fourth Time Party poll ran from the 2nd through to the 15th of November. On this occasion, voters were in favour of inviting representatives of the British Overseas Territories into the UK parliament.
Poll #5: Treason and the death penalty
The fifth Time Party poll ran from the 15th of November until the 29th. Just under two thirds of voters believed the reintroduction of the death penalty, following a tightened legal definition, should be implemented in the UK.
Poll #6: UN compact for migration
The sixth Time Party poll ran from the 4th of December until the 12th. It sought to raise awareness of the UN compact for migration, that the UK government was planning to sign without telling the British public. Just over 91% of voters first heard of the compact through social media, showing the catastrophic failure of the mainstream media in their responsibility to keep the public informed of global events affecting their security.
Poll #7: HS2 Project and Rail reliability
The seventh Time Party poll ran from the 13th of December until the 23rd. The objective was to ascertain where the public believed priorities should lie with regard to rail transport spending. Less than 10% of our voters wanted to see the HS2 project continued, with the vast majority preferring improvements to existing lines.
Poll #8: The right to criticise MPs
The eighth Time Party poll ran from the 8th of January until the 17th. The poll was inspired by MP Anna Soubry’s campaign to silence protestors outside the House of Commons and pursue legal action against anyone calling her names. This action was taken suddenly, given the far worse abuse her colleagues and counterparts on the other side of the argument had been suffering from for years prior to her action. The Time party sought to gauge the public’s perception on whether or not it was appropriate for police to silence such protests, or whether people should retain the right to criticise MPs. The people voted overwhelmingly against the crack down on free speech.
Poll #9: The future of our ports
The ninth Time Party poll ran from the 17th of January until the 31st. With the UK’s exit from the European Union fast approaching, Time sought to gauge which of the country’s ports the public believed would flourish the most, following the new opportunities granted by Brexit.
After a fairly close-run race, voters forecast that the western ports would become the UK’s busiest. 34.07% of voters, however, believed the Eastern ports would continue to manage the majority of the UK’s shipping business.
Poll #10: The gig economy and the UK
The tenth Time Party poll ran from the 7th of February until the 21st. This poll measured the perceived impact that the gig economy has had upon the UK. With temporary employment engagements on the rise, and companies like Uber going from strength to strength, our voters decided, through a narrow margin, that this phase had damaged the country, as opposed to having benefitted it.
Poll #11: STOLport investment
The eleventh Time Party poll ran from the 22nd of February until the 8th of March. Time Party followers were asked whether they supported the idea of investment in Short Takeoff and Landing ports for the UK. Most voters supported the idea.