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Poll: Which party/coalition will be in power after the election?
Labour/SNP (19)
11.24%
Labour/Lib Dem (12)
7.1%
Labour/SNP/Lib Dem (12)
7.1%
Labour/SNP/Green/Plaid Cymru/DUP (8)
4.73%
Tory/Lib Dem (36)
21.3%
Tory/SNP (2)
1.18%
Tory/Lib Dem/DUP/UKIP (8)
4.73%
Tory/UKIP (10)
5.92%
Tory/Labour (6)
3.55%
Majority- Labour (12)
7.1%
Majority- Conservatives (20)
11.83%
No one will form a coalition (14)
8.28%
I don't have a clue (10)
5.92%
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This is incredible

A Tory/LibDem coalition will get exactly a majority
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Amazing exit poll for the tories - did not expect such a hugh difference between them and labour!

And 58 seats for SNP!!
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Something is funny about those exit polls.
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Since when has ballot counting become a Guiness World Record?
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Amazing exit poll for the tories - did not expect such a hugh difference between them and labour!

And 58 seats for SNP!!
Yep, SNP's got all but one!

This difference is CRAZY
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(Original post by ibzombie96)
This is incredible

A Tory/LibDem coalition will get exactly a majority
Remember that SF don't take their seats so the effective majority is 323.
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Duck duck duck duck!!!Please not that DUCKERA CAMERON for another 5 years. (((

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(Original post by Jammy Duel)
Ikr
What is our, 315 con 239 lab?

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Looks like it. (316 exactly.)

Don't even need the libs if we don't want them.

Please be real.

Labourites on TV saying they've had a great campaign and it's close. Top quality viewing.
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Remember that SF don't take their seats so the effective majority is 323.
Yeah absolutely right - I was talking about a nominal majority, but the effective majority is even clearer
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This is exactly how I see things going too.

Expecting the Tories to end up with 285-290 seats, Labour around 260.
If the exit poll is anything to go by, looks like we were wrong!
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If the exit poll is anything to go by, looks like we were wrong!
The YouGov poll is much more realistic imo. Has the Tories on 284, Libs on 31, Labour 263, SNP 48, UKIP 2.

Although I won't be complaining if the BBC one is true
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Is it too late to predict a Tory majority?
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Congrats to the 7% who called it.
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lmao 22% really think the Lib Dems will go into coalition with the tories?
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There isn't an option for tory minority - which is the most likely option.
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lmao 22% really think the Lib Dems will go into coalition with the tories?
This was for the 2015 election.


My current forecast for 2019 is 345 seats for the Tories so a majority. Polling movement would suggest I will need to increase that forecast.
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oh god not this election again
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