Austria Elects Conservative 31-year-old as Leader

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Postby KokoCollino » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:12 am

^ Wow what a queen! There's still hope for Austria. Even if it's just a little :(

I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
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Postby SilentDream » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:42 am

KokoCollino wrote:I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
1. SPÖ (34,98 %) (+ 3,34 %)
2. FPÖ (23,13 %) (+ 2,57 %)
3. ÖVP (20,56 %) (+ 6,06 %)
4. Pilz (7,29 %) (n.t.)
5. NEOS (6,02 %) (- 1,63 %)
6. Grüne (5,29 %) (- 11,12 %)
7. Others (2,74 %)
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Postby MrDiva » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:43 am

SilentDream wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
1. SPÖ (34,98 %) (+ 3,34 %)
2. FPÖ (23,13 %) (+ 2,57 %)
3. ÖVP (20,56 %) (+ 6,06 %)
4. Pilz (7,29 %) (n.t.)
5. NEOS (6,02 %) (- 1,63 %)
6. Grüne (5,29 %) (- 11,12 %)
7. Others (2,74 %)
I think you misunderstood the assignment
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Postby SilentDream » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:52 am

MrDiva wrote:
SilentDream wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
1. SPÖ (34,98 %) (+ 3,34 %)
2. FPÖ (23,13 %) (+ 2,57 %)
3. ÖVP (20,56 %) (+ 6,06 %)
4. Pilz (7,29 %) (n.t.)
5. NEOS (6,02 %) (- 1,63 %)
6. Grüne (5,29 %) (- 11,12 %)
7. Others (2,74 %)
I think you misunderstood the assignment
Why? Those are the results from Vienna.
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Postby MrDiva » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:27 am

SilentDream wrote:
MrDiva wrote:
SilentDream wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
1. SPÖ (34,98 %) (+ 3,34 %)
2. FPÖ (23,13 %) (+ 2,57 %)
3. ÖVP (20,56 %) (+ 6,06 %)
4. Pilz (7,29 %) (n.t.)
5. NEOS (6,02 %) (- 1,63 %)
6. Grüne (5,29 %) (- 11,12 %)
7. Others (2,74 %)
I think you misunderstood the assignment
Why? Those are the results from Vienna.
How many people =\= the percentage a party gets
The person means either the percentage of people who voted (e.g. 75% of those who are able to vote actually did)
Or they mean the total number of voters (e.g. Like 16 million voters)
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Postby KokoCollino » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:34 am

Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
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Postby joiPrince_JO » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:15 am

KokoCollino wrote:Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
I expected them to come in first actually. Sadly I wasn't too far off...
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Postby Hugo » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:59 am

Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
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Postby stevyy » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:01 am

Hugo wrote:
Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
That's very true. Only because they voted for a young boy as new chancellor... doesn't mean they are progressive.
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Postby MrDiva » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:24 am

KokoCollino wrote:Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
Im so dumb lemme eat my words
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Postby heppolo » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:33 pm

stevyy wrote:
Hugo wrote:
Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
That's very true. Only because they voted for a young boy as new chancellor... doesn't mean they are progressive.
Next up in Austria: a parrot is elected chancellor for loudly shouting at migrants
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Postby Serby » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:38 pm

Anyone living in Vienna knows that it doesnt get more safe than this city, yet the right populist act as if Vienna was some hc ghetto, it's laughable. :lol:
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Postby MusicRecords » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:48 pm

heppolo wrote:
stevyy wrote:
Hugo wrote:
Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
That's very true. Only because they voted for a young boy as new chancellor... doesn't mean they are progressive.
Next up in Austria: a parrot is elected chancellor for loudly shouting at migrants
Wth :lol: :lol:
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Postby MusicRecords » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:49 pm

MrDiva wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
Im so dumb lemme eat my words
:P :P
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Postby MusicRecords » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:53 pm

Serby wrote:Anyone living in Vienna knows that it doesnt get more safe than this city, yet the right populist act as if Vienna was some hc ghetto, it's laughable. :lol:
Basically, Vienna alone is way too different Thant the rest of Austria combined :)
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Postby MusicRecords » Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:27 pm

Wait wth so what's can do the president do that this guy (chancellor) can't? And vice versa? Confusing :-?
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Postby MusicRecords » Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:32 pm

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's president warned conservative election victor Sebastian Kurz that European values must underpin the next government and he would scrutinize developments as Kurz considers bringing the far right back into power.

https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2017-10-17/austrian-president-tells-kurz-to-heed-european-values-on-coalition
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Postby KokoCollino » Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:53 pm

MrDiva wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
Im so dumb lemme eat my words
OK first of all - you are not dumb ;)
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Postby MusicRecords » Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:55 pm

KokoCollino wrote:
MrDiva wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:Diva darling, I said HOW people voted ;) :*

Thank you SD! I didn't expect the FPÖ to come in second :-?
Im so dumb lemme eat my words
OK first of all - you are not dumb ;)
Yeah everyone makes mistakes :wink: :lol:
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 7:58 pm

Europe’s refugee crisis brought people to Austria “who sometimes brought ideas that have no place in our country”, Mr Kurz, 31, tells the Financial Times. “It is a new form of anti-Semitism imported by some. There are people who reject our way of living, who are against equality between men and women.”

https://www.ft.com/content/98282146-b3d6-11e7-aa26-bb002965bce8
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:13 pm

SilentDream wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:I'd like to know how people voted in Vienna.
1. SPÖ (34,98 %) (+ 3,34 %)
2. FPÖ (23,13 %) (+ 2,57 %)
3. ÖVP (20,56 %) (+ 6,06 %)
4. Pilz (7,29 %) (n.t.)
5. NEOS (6,02 %) (- 1,63 %)
6. Grüne (5,29 %) (- 11,12 %)
7. Others (2,74 %)
They're all so close together ugh
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:14 pm

stevyy wrote:
Hugo wrote:
Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
That's very true. Only because they voted for a young boy as new chancellor... doesn't mean they are progressive.
I read in an article that him being young actually got him some votes, people kept stopping him to take selfies as if he was a celebrity and whatnot
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:16 pm

stevyy wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:Exactly :-?
right now Austria is driving themselves against a wall... I believe in 5 years they will align closely with the East EU members and leave the EU.
Don't be so dramatic, I don't think this guy is as and as it could've been but not that great either, his main focus is immigration it seems
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:19 pm

stevyy wrote:
heppolo wrote:
KokoCollino wrote:I wouldn't be surprised.

I'm glad we have Macron.
Soon the EU will end up being Germany+France
everyone would want to join... it would be the 3rd largest trading block in the world with a population of 150 million.

in million $$ GDP:

01 - 18,569,000 - USA
02 - 11,218,000 - China
03 - 6,455,000 - Germany+France+Lux+BEL
04 - 4,940,000 - Japan
05 - 2,629,000 - UK

I guess Luxembourg and Belgium would also stay. Population: 162 million

I hope it becomes true and we can finally form the USE.
Not so bad when u put it that way :lol:
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Postby MusicRecords » Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:23 pm

Hugo wrote:
Wayne wrote:He'll also be the youngest leader in Europe.

It's the Europe of the future.
Not in Portugal, we're still somewhat sane.

Austria has been awful for a while.
It's usually the people outside of Vienna that are the worst :x
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