Mondeo Man


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Mondeo Man

(mɒnˈdeɪəʊ)
n
informal Brit a middle-class man, seen as typically driving a Ford Mondeo and preferring to do this rather than use public transport
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Since then, the Ford Mondeo has developed into something of an institution in this country - even in 1997 helping the Labour Party to a landslide victory when Tony Blair targeted and won the hearts of the voter he called Mondeo Man.
It's not just a bit of showroom flim-flam to fleece Mondeo man who fantasises about getting the red carpet treatment at Ferrari either.
MATT FITZPATRICK insists he will remain a Mondeo man for now even if he wins his first European Tour title and PS500,000.
It's not just a bit of showroom im-am to eece Mondeo man who fantasises about getting the red carpet treatment at Ferrari either.
Glasgow Man is a symbol for a certain political demographic – the equivalent of Basildon Man, who supposedly won it for Thatcher, and Mondeo Man, who contributed to Tony Blair's three election victories.
MONDEO MAN is set to return to Britain's roads - almost 20 years after Tony Blair famously coined the phrase.
The MP said: "Our political party has gone off on the hunt for middle England; for Mondeo Man, Worcester Woman and Galaxy Man.
He added: "The election won't be about Mondeo Man, Worcester Woman or Basildon Man.
For Mondeo Man - the term coined by Tony Blair as the aspirational voter New Labour needed to target in the 1997 General Election - his favourite model has never been so competitive.
This is a great package that will keep Mondeo Man firmly behind the wheel of his favourite assault craft in the ever tougher battle for sales.
MONDEO man will have plenty to smile about when the latest family-size Ford hits showrooms in October.
FORGET Mondeo Man, it's Focus Female who holds the key to 10 Downing Street, according to a survey by the AA.