Official: Lib Dem voters least bothered about penis size

Kudos to YouGov for coming up with the most outrageously crow-barred poll finding to mark Valentine’s Day – that Lib Dem voters are least likely to think that penis size matters.

yougov poll - 14 feb 2014

The findings are not surprising. After all, we’ve always wanted proportional representation. We’ve always been wary of sudden swings to the left or right. And throughout the Coalition, Lib Dems have argued it’s not the size of our parliamentary party that matters, but what we do with our honourable members. We must now gird our loins, though, for the coming campaign. Our poll ratings may be flaccid, but never underestimate the power of a late, liberal surge. And if the next parliament is well-hung we probably won’t be complaining. [That’s enough single entendres – Ed.]

* Stephen was Editor (and Co-Editor) of Liberal Democrat Voice from 2007 to 2015, and writes at The Collected Stephen Tall.

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13 Comments

  • It must mean something that LDs are most likely to be uncertain, and UKIP least likely.

  • Mack (Not a Lib Dem) 14th Feb '14 - 3:41pm

    I’m surprised Lib Dems don’t think size matters considering they’ve lost so many members!

  • Tall stories to divert people away from discussing Wythenshawe or the repeated failures of Clegg and his coterie.

  • Simon Oliver 14th Feb '14 - 4:02pm

    Ed, it’s easy to be certain when you’ve got no experience 🙂

  • Paul In Twickenham 14th Feb '14 - 4:14pm

    Is this orthogonally related to the science fiction thread from a week or two ago?

  • Paul Pettinger 14th Feb '14 - 4:18pm

    Am guessing some of our Peers might find this funny.

  • Mark Valladares Mark Valladares 14th Feb '14 - 4:47pm

    @ John Tilley,

    Do get a sense of humour, there’s a good chap. As a long term Liberal Democrat, you ought to be the first to understand that we need a good laugh from time to time.

    At least, I assume that that’s the general thrust of this piece… 😉

  • Tony Dawson 14th Feb '14 - 8:03pm

    @Mary Reid:

    “Are Lib Dem women bothered?”

    By whom 🙁

  • jedibeeftrix 14th Feb '14 - 9:36pm

    predictably perhaps, lib-dem’s are the most likely to vacillate of the importance of their tumescence.

  • peter tyzack 15th Feb '14 - 6:18pm

    or intelligent enough to have a sense of proportion..

  • So, if you want the biggest cock-up, ask a Tory!

  • If this article is to be believed, we need to “carefully” examine all our male candidates in Tory leaning areas.

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