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    TSR Green Party
    16
    8.65%
    TSR National Liberal Party
    6
    3.24%
    TSR Conservative and Unionist Party
    45
    24.32%
    TSR Labour
    44
    23.78%
    TSR UKIP
    24
    12.97%
    TSR Liberal Party
    28
    15.14%
    TSR Socialist Party
    17
    9.19%
    Spoilt Ballot
    5
    2.70%

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    (Original post by adam9317)
    Time is up with 317 votes!
    Just give us the exit poll!!!
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    RayApparently's insinuations earlier have made me scared :cry2:
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    Just give us the exit poll!!!
    That is ray's job for you But que sera sera
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    More than last time with the mass PM.
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    (Original post by adam9317)
    That is ray's job for you But que sera sera
    I can see why the real politicians anxiously look over the counting of voting.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    More than last time with the mass PM.
    probably all the tory dupes

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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    probably all the tory dupes
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    Even those theoretical dupes would have more brains than Socialist voters so I wouldn't mind. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Thanks for your support Petros
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    Let's consider the world we live in and make it a better place and Vote Green
    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Best of luck to everyone. It's been an intriguing election, with the Nat Libs coming in and Labour being a bit naughty.If you haven't yet voted, you should have a read of our manifesto and consider Voting Liberal.
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    I'm getting nervous now !!! :d
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    More than last time with the mass PM.
    Ummmm last time it was more then 400 before the ineligible votes were taken out.
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    I'm getting nervous now !!! :d
    Nervous because you're not sure you should have jumped ship?

    I really hope you agreed to a seat after the GE - just in case
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    I'm getting nervous now !!! :d
    I am actually going to expire if the exit poll is not released in like 30 seconds' time.
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    The Excellent Exit Poll of General Awesomeness

    "Do you ever get the feeling that the only reason we have elections is to find out if the polls were right?" - Robert Orben

    Now that the polls have closed I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for a spirited election. There were some very snazzy manifestos and some compelling debates and it was a pleasure to serve.

    Based on the raw results without removing ineligible voters (and there were a LOT of those) the results would be as follows:

    Drum roll please...

    TSR Labour Party - 15 (+1)
    TSR Conservative Party - 13 (N/A)
    TSR UKIP - 7 (-1)
    TSR Liberal Party - 6 (-3)
    TSR Green Party - 4 (N/A)
    TSR Socialist Party - 4 (+2)
    TSR National Liberal Party - 1 (+1)

    As calculated using the D'hondt Method. 2.58% of voters choose to spoil their ballot. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants.

    HOWEVER, I've had a glimpse of how the REAL results would be if the voting had ended only hours earlier and the changes are dramatic. I will endeavour to have the official results ready for release tomorrow and they may well be very different to what you see here today.

    I think it's worth noting that even without the 'mass pm', once ineligible votes are discounted the turnout wasn't actually abysmal. I'd take that as good sign indeed.

    Here is some food for thought. If each party had the same proportion of votes removed as they did last time then Labour, the Socialists and the National Liberals' seat totals would be unchanged, the Conservatives and UKIP would lose 1 seat, and the Liberals and Greens would gain one seat. However I should stress that it doesn't look like things panned out the same way this time round.


    Best wishes,

    Ray :hat2:
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    I'm getting nervous now !!! :d
    So am I.
    :afraid::afraid:
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    The Excellent Exit Poll of General Awesomeness

    "Do you ever get the feeling that the only reason we have elections is to find out if the polls were right?" - Robert Orben

    Now that the polls have closed I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for a spirited election. There were some very snazzy manifestos and some compelling debates and it was a pleasure to serve.

    Based on the raw results without removing ineligible voters (and there were a LOT of those) the results would be as follows:

    Drum roll please...

    TSR Labour Party - 15 (+1)
    TSR Conservative Party - 13 (N/A)
    TSR UKIP - 7 (-1)
    TSR Liberal Party - 6 (-3)
    TSR Green Party - 4 (N/A)
    TSR Socialist Party - 4 (+2)
    TSR National Liberal Party - 1 (+1)

    As calculated using the D'hondt Method. 2.58% of voters choose to spoil their ballot. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants.

    HOWEVER, I've had a glimpse of how the REAL results would be if the voting had ended only hours earlier and the changes are dramatic. I will endeavour to have the official results ready for release tomorrow and they may well be very different to what you see here today.

    I think it's worth noting that even without the 'mass pm', once ineligible votes are discounted the turnout wasn't actually abysmal. I'd take that as good sign indeed.

    Here is some food for thought. If each party had the same proportion of votes removed as they did last time then Labour, the Socialists and the National Liberals' seat totals would be unchanged, the Conservatives and UKIP would lose 1 seat, and the Liberals and Greens would gain one seat. However I should stress that it doesn't look like things panned out the same way this time round.


    Best wishes,

    Ray :hat2:
    Come on Labour!
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    I am actually going to expire if the exit poll is not released in like 30 seconds' time.
    *anxiously spams F5*
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    Even those theoretical dupes would have more brains than Socialist voters so I wouldn't mind. :dontknow:
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    also holy ****!
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    More than last time with the mass PM.
    Once ineligible votes are removed we'll be in the region of 180 - which isn't bad at all without the mass pm.

    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    I am actually going to expire if the exit poll is not released in like 30 seconds' time.
    Looks like I was just in time then.
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    Labour/Socialist/Green coalition, called it days ago.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    The Excellent Exit Poll of General Awesomeness

    "Do you ever get the feeling that the only reason we have elections is to find out if the polls were right?" - Robert Orben

    Now that the polls have closed I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for a spirited election. There were some very snazzy manifestos and some compelling debates and it was a pleasure to serve.

    Based on the raw results without removing ineligible voters (and there were a LOT of those) the results would be as follows:

    Drum roll please...

    TSR Labour Party - 15 (+1)
    TSR Conservative Party - 13 (N/A)
    TSR UKIP - 7 (-1)
    TSR Liberal Party - 6 (-3)
    TSR Green Party - 4 (N/A)
    TSR Socialist Party - 4 (+2)
    TSR National Liberal Party - 1 (+1)

    As calculated using the D'hondt Method. 2.58% of voters choose to spoil their ballot. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants.

    HOWEVER, I've had a glimpse of how the REAL results would be if the voting had ended only hours earlier and the changes are dramatic. I will endeavour to have the official results ready for release tomorrow and they may well be very different to what you see here today.

    I think it's worth noting that even without the 'mass pm', once ineligible votes are discounted the turnout wasn't actually abysmal. I'd take that as good sign indeed.

    Here is some food for thought. If each party had the same proportion of votes removed as they did last time then Labour, the Socialists and the National Liberals' seat totals would be unchanged, the Conservatives and UKIP would lose 1 seat, and the Liberals and Greens would gain one seat. However I should stress that it doesn't look like things panned out the same way this time round.


    Best wishes,

    Ray :hat2:
    What on earth?! So maybe the whole mass pm helping the left is untrue?
 
 
 
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