Sunday, September 21, 2008

Image Of The Day.

Politics Home published a survey of marginal constituencies, as it featured 34000 people we can assume it is exceptionally reliable survey, opinion polls are usually only conducted with about 1000 respondents. This is what the political map of Great Britain would look like if an election were held tomorrow:

I realise that Conservative constituencies tend to be physically larger than Labour ones but it must be a pretty startling map for Labour supporters.


Letters From A Tory said...

It's even more startling that the Conservatives would make inroads in the north.

Ross said...

It's Wales that surprises me most, from no seats in 1997 to being potentially the largest party at the next election.