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    Jammy Duel, Independent candidate
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    TSR Conservative and Unionist Party
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    TSR Labour Party
    48
    32.00%
    TheBigMan2, Independent candidate
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    TSR Liberal Party
    26
    17.33%
    TSR Socialist Party
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    7.33%
    TSR United Kingdom Independence Party
    18
    12.00%
    Spoilt ballot
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    Jammy Duel

    That feeling when you stare at JD's manifesto for more than 5 minutes...

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    Not gonna lie, if you enjoyed that poem, you'd also enjoy the Conservatives.



    Vote Conservative today!
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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    Not gonna lie, if you enjoyed that poem, you'd also enjoy the Conservatives.




    Vote Conservative today!

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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
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    This made me cry.
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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    Not gonna lie, if you enjoyed that poem, you'd also enjoy the Conservatives.




    Vote Conservative today!

    So your logic is:

    1) That top quality poem was written by a Labourite
    2) Therefore you should vote Conservative

    :confused:
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    (Original post by SoggyCabbages)
    This made me cry.
    In the good way I hope, Mr Cabbage?
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    Here are some thoughts/images on the other parties in this election:


    Conservative Party




    Liberal Party




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    Socialist Party




    Jammy Duel


    But Chelsea's a new member....

    If that's the worst you can get on us it only suggests people should vote liberal!
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    TSR Opinion Poll (02-07/11)
    (changes are from the last opinion poll)
    Tories - 35% (+1%)
    Labour - 35% (-3%)
    LDs - 10% (NC)
    UKIP - 9% (NC)
    Greens - 5% (NC)
    Others - 6% (+1)

    Very roughly translated to the MHoC...
    (changes are from the last election)
    Tories - 17 (+4)
    Labour - 17 (+5)
    Liberals - 5 (-3)
    UKIP - 5 (-2)
    Socialists - 5 (NC)
    JD - 1 (+1)

    What can be said is the gap is closing between Labour and the Tories, an independent is likely to get a seat (probs JD because he's known) and the Socialists will just about hold on. The Liberals and UKIP are likely to have a dip in support. The poll has too many flaws to give a precise idea of seat losses/gains, but I'd say the party rankings are accurate and the figures are far from 'ball park'.

    The sample size is 110, compared to the MHoC election currently at 205.
    Labour were one seat from us when the RL lead was about 5% last time, its 14% now.

    Those suggesting Labour won't fall back, especially with a good turnout are going to have egg on their faces I think.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Labour were one seat from us when the RL lead was about 5% last time, its 14% now.

    Those suggesting Labour won't fall back, especially with a good turnout are going to have egg on their faces I think.
    True although I honestly think the RL opinion polls are exaggerated. If there were a RL election tomorrow, I think the Tories' majority would be indifferent - with the exception of one or two seats.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    True although I honestly think the RL opinion polls are exaggerated. If there were a RL election tomorrow, I think the Tories' majority would be indifferent - with the exception of one or two seats.
    I go with ICM, Comres and Ipsos. They all go big and I trust them. I don't expect that lead to maintain though but an election tomorrow I do think would see us win big.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    TSR Opinion Poll (02-07/11)
    (changes are from the last opinion poll)
    Tories - 35% (+1%)
    Labour - 35% (-3%)
    LDs - 10% (NC)
    UKIP - 9% (NC)
    Greens - 5% (NC)
    Others - 6% (+1)

    Very roughly translated to the MHoC...
    (changes are from the last election)
    Tories - 17 (+4)
    Labour - 17 (+5)
    Liberals - 5 (-3)
    UKIP - 5 (-2)
    Socialists - 5 (NC)
    JD - 1 (+1)

    What can be said is the gap is closing between Labour and the Tories, an independent is likely to get a seat (probs JD because he's known) and the Socialists will just about hold on. The Liberals and UKIP are likely to have a dip in support. The poll has too many flaws to give a precise idea of seat losses/gains, but I'd say the party rankings are accurate and the figures are far from 'ball park'.

    The sample size is 110, compared to the MHoC election currently at 205.
    Given I can see vote totals it's really interesting to see people's guesses.
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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    Not gonna lie, if you enjoyed that poem, you'd also enjoy the Conservatives.




    Vote Conservative today!

    Can we expect a rap from the Chancellor in response?
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Given I can see vote totals it's really interesting to see people's guesses.
    Interesting as in liberal 50 interesting?
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Interesting as in liberal 50 interesting?
    Maybe...
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Interesting as in liberal 50 interesting?
    Hopefully:mmm:

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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Given I can see vote totals it's really interesting to see people's guesses.
    Socialist winning?
    Will there be an exit poll?
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Socialist winning?
    Will there be an exit poll?
    I couldn't possibly say...

    Probably, yes.
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Given I can see vote totals it's really interesting to see people's guesses.
    Please don't say Socialists on 30.
 
 
 
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