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What political party should you vote for according to Facebook?

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Still undecided who to cast your vote for in the forthcoming election between bouts of baby holding and finger pointing? Facebook may well hold the answer…

The social media behemoth recently collected the data of over 1.3m people in the UK who 'Like' the main political parties, grouping them by their favourite films, TV shows, books and musical artists to highlight the tastes of differing voters. Strangely, there was no figures pulled on users' favourite sports teams - maybe David Cameron's had a word.

We've taken the data, and created a handy quiz to help gauge where your tastes may rank in the spectrum of political support.

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