Saturday, May 22, 2010

More British Election Statistics since 1945

I've reshuffled the columns from one of the tables below (the dark blue one) to show the joint share of the total electorate won by Lib-Lab and Tory-Liberal aggregations (orange and light-blue tables respectively), to compare with the declining share taken by the Labour + Tory sum below. I also added a simpler, parallel series of tables to show millions of actual votes won.

Because the Liberal/Alliance/Lib Dem vote was increasing at the same time that Labour's and the Conservatives' was declining, the Lib-Lab and C-Lib combinations both show some stability in both votes won and share of the electorate. See Dave's comments at:

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