U.K. voters hit the polls, buzzed by uncertainty of the outcome

MarketWatch/Victor Reklaitis/06-08-17

Brits headed out Thursday to vote in a general election that’s still managing to get some people keyed up, even though it’s the third time in just over two years they’ve been called to the ballot box.

“It could be very surprising, the result. So we’re living more on excitement today, than actual results,” said an elderly woman voting in central London who declined to give her name.

“We’re all feeling very odd in England at the moment, because we’re not sure what’s going to happen,” she said.

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