Do voters want an election now or in 2020?
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General election in 2016 or 2020, voters are asked

The people of Croydon are asking if they want a general election now that Theresa May is set to move into Downing Street.

Some political opponents have said this warrants a fresh election, although the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act means the date will be May 2020, unless MPs vote for one before.

The Daily Politics moodbox - an unscientific test with a plastic box and balls - was used to gauge the mood on the streets of the south London borough by reporter Adam Fleming.

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