32nd TSR General Election – Predictions Thread.

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This thread is to allow members to make predictions about the upcoming elections.
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My predictions
Con- 16 or 17 (might decrease due to RL performance on COVID )
Lab- 15 or 13 (might decrease due to party’s shift to right)
CP- 5 or 6 ( might decrease due to lack of RL name recognition)
Liber- 5 or 4 (Likely to Somewhat remain the same)
Lib Dem- 9 or 10 (might decrease due to RL but not truly set in stone)
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I can't see the numbers changing dramatically on this term.
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Expecting whoever's manifesto is first to get a boost of at least 1 seat compared to last term.

Expecting Labour as largest party with a strong showing from LD and Libertarian. Maybe too CP depending on manifesto ordering, but fully expecting CP to lose a seat or two if the manifesto lands quite far down. The Tories won't gain this election, they'll either maintain or lose seats owing to covid-19 and the IRL circus from Boris.
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(Original post by 04MR17)
Expecting whoever's manifesto is first to get a boost of at least 1 seat compared to last term.

Expecting Labour as largest party with a strong showing from LD and Libertarian. Maybe too CP depending on manifesto ordering, but fully expecting CP to lose a seat or two if the manifesto lands quite far down. The Tories won't gain this election, they'll either maintain or lose seats owing to covid-19 and the IRL circus from Boris.
I doubt we be largest party, mostly same seats as conservatives as labour doesn’t have the Corbyn factor anymore
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Lab 16
Con 15
Lib Dem 9
CP 6
Liber 4

Will parties use negative campaigning?
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Con 15
Lab 16
CP 5
Liber 4
Lib Dem 9
Independent 1

Will parties use negative campaigning?

Yeah (excluding Libers )
Who’s the independent
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Who’s the independent
Don't know. I'm assuming one will appear from somewhere
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I'm just here to make the obligatory "my party will win all the seats" prediction, so:

Libertarians: 50
Conservatives: 0
Labour: 0
Lib Dems: 0
Citizen's: 0
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Serious prediction though:

Con: 16
Lab: 15
CP: 6
Liber: 4
Lib Dem: 9
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Good meme and all but you forgot the . at the end of JMR's name, so 0/10, meme harder next time.
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Lab: 16
Con: 15
Lib Dems: 8
CP: 5
Liber: 4
Indie: 2
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Lab: 16
Con: 15
Lib Dems: 8
CP: 5
Liber: 4
Indie: 2
Again who are the indies!?
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Again who are the indies!?
If last time is anything to go by there'll be a dupe who wins
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Again who are the indies!?
:iiam: All I know is there will be indies there normally is every GE.
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:iiam: All I know is there will be indies there normally is every GE.
Maybe soggy might somehow come back
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That's a good meme but you know what my prediction has to be.
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Apologies for the American spelling but this was er... borrowed from an American insta page I follow
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Lab: 16
Con: 15
Lib: 8
Cit: 7
Liber: 4

Don’t see much reason for Liber change.
Citizens have gained more members.
Liberals have seen an RL swing against them in RL.
Tories have seen an RL swing against them.
Labour benefit from the above.
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I think Labour will likely do better (on account of their change in RL leader) at the expense of the Lib Dems. The Tories will possibly do worse, on account of COVID and the libertarians will perform the same. The Citizens were only one vote from 7 last time, and with a larger user base, that vote should be made up.

Con-15
Lab-17
LD-7
Cit-7
Lib-4
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