"I think right now we can't rule out the fact that it could be potentially a bad outcome. If it comes to Brexit and the Conservatives team up with the DUP, that to me would be a sign that a hard Brexit would be on the cards so I'm not looking for that outcome, which makes me hopeful that we will go back to the polls again."
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Alex Makim, 27, voter:
"I think Theresa May will still remain Prime Minister. I don't think she will step down.
Q: And you think that's a good thing re Brexit negotiations?
"I think it's best to keep her in. I think her going to Brussels is going to be better for the UK."
British Prime Minister Theresa May's gamble in calling an early election backfired spectacularly, as her Conservative Party lost its majority in Parliament and pressure mounted on her Friday to resign.
The shock result throws British politics into chaos and could send Britain's negotiations to leave the European Union - due to start June 19 - into disarray.
The pound lost more than 2 cents against the dollar.
May called the snap election in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the European Union with a "strong and stable government".
Instead, the result means the Conservatives will need to rely on support from smaller parties to govern, with more instability and the chance of yet another early election.