Well personally I’m completely OK with people voting for Parties with policies that match their own values.
For far too long, traditional 2-Party politics and the adversarial nature of UK Parliament has masked and smoothed over important issues. It matters little which you vote for… and that had been precisely the intention.
More people should be voting for smaller Parties and not be afraid of coalition Governments.
There is a place for UKIP. They won’t get many, maybe any seats but at least people can elect MPs that will allow them a say… rather than what has happened for decades where they vote Tory as that’s the only way they feel they get any form of representation.
Equally, people often don’t vote for the Green Party because they feel compelled to vote for one of the 2-main Parties to have a “meaningful vote”… yet they have the best animal welfare agenda.
The more Parties, the better and the more people voting for things that matter to them rather than the stale, pointless, boring, mediocre, waste of time Party politics the better.