The votes are in: Exeter is officially the most basic uni in the country
They won with over a quarter of the vote
"The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter", Winston Churchill once said.
But what about when the University of Highlands and Island was voted the most boring uni, and when you voted that Sports Science students were the biggest fuckboys, and Hull the ugliest uni. British students were clearly right on each of these occasions, Churchill is clearly wrong. Idiot.
Last week, we asked you to vote for the most basic uni, and you have correctly, overwhelmingly voted to crown Exeter as the most basic uni in the entire country.
Everyone looks the same in Exeter, middle-class Barbie and Ken stereotypes. There is a distinct lack of variation in body type and everyone is a frappuccino-sipping, closet tory from Surrey.
They're not proper poshos, they go to Durham or St Andrews, but they have have the money to maintain an extremely basic energy, keeping up with every trend that comes and goes.
Exeter won with 26 per cent of the vote, followed by Cardiff in second place with 10 per cent, and Nottingham, Birmingham and York rounding out the top five.
Speaking to The Tab, second year Exeter student Olivia (shock) said: "Everyone looks the same, especially the girls, they think wearing flares makes them edgy. Very basic."