Quote Originally Posted by LUCPIX
A good political decision, by my definition, is the one that inherently manages meets one's extremely circumstantial wishes and necessities of an individual according to their overall condition here in this weird world; the acknowledgement of what these wishes and necessities are, obviously, only exists by voluntary intervention and interest
i have always found that an interesting question, what do people vote on truly - their own circumstances, or those of what they see as a higher value?

i have a friend who votes purely based on what benefits him, but i don't think i vote myself based on what is good for me. infact, when voting i never actually ask myself which party would benefit me as my priority when voting is always the country as a whole. example: voting purely on my own basis, i would've voted Remain in 2016 as it'd have saved paperwork/visas for living in Spain.