Saturday, 5 May 2012

quick summary of election stats in Southport

  • 35% voted Lib Dem
  • 21% voted Con
  • 20% voted Lab
  • 15% voted UKIP (**)
  • 6% voted Southport Party (**)
  • ** = would have been higher if they had stood in all wards
  • over 8000 votes for Lib Dems
  • under 5000 votes for Cons
  • 6.7% swing from Con to Lib Dem since 2011 (which is a very large swing)
  • best swing to us was 10.6% in Cambridge (further analysis required to see if Tory candidate polled less well that other Tories in previous years and wards)

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