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Latest Electoral Calculus projection has CON 15 seats ahead even on a 0.5% lower average vote share

The latest seat prediction from Electoral Calculus another reminder to LAB that the system now works in favour of the Tories. CON average vote share 0.5% behind but with clear lead on seats — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) February 1, 2018 This is, of course, on the current old boundaries I have made this point […]
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