A number of protesters have taken to the streets of London tonight to share their views on the leading political parties of this General Election.
These mostly negative points of view have been captured by various members of the public outside the Westminster parliamentary buildings.
Some protesters, who are particularly against both the Conservative and Labour parties, say the exit poll’s predictions are deeply disappointing.
The general upsets appear to be centred around the UK politicians’ approach to dealing with problems, including the economy, which one protester believes is “not right”.
Another protester said: “I voted Green this time around. I was a Labour voter before, but I don’t trust a word that comes out of Ed Miliband’s mouth.
“But I think it’s important to vote, because then at least somebody can get in, so for me I’d rather the Green party go in.”
They added: “I definitely don’t want to see David Cameron get back in, or Ed Miliband. So for me the only choice was really Green.”
With both the Tories and Labour securing a promising amount so far, the likelihood of disappointment for these protesters is only increasing.